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From where to get corolla 1999 fuse box?

Fuse block in my 1999 corolla short and headlight not turning off.
Smelled burning. Previously turn signal looks problem, but mechanic then told to replace fuse block (box).
Where to find it and how much it cost?

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You can buy one from a local dealer or you can buy from a junk yard near your area should cost about $40.00 at a junk yard and about $100.00 from the dealer, however I doubt that the fuse block itself is bad most likely the wiring near it or inside it is bad. Very seldom do the fuse blocks go out.

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