Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Dome light and radio and clock has no power. Fuses are ok. The problem started when the previous owner removed the car alarm.
Hi, I'm Peter, Do you have power to the fuse? Use a test light or meter. It is possible he may have cut the wire into when ever he remove the alarm. If you have power to the fuse and the fuse is good you need to look for a ground wire that he may have taken loose when he removed the alarm system and didn't bother to hook the ground back. Check also for a relay that may affect these. On my cay there is an illumination fuse that affects all of those and it also is tied into the headlights but you would not know it without removing the entire fuse box and running continuity checks on everything. You may be surprised at how many different things are tied together . Hope this gives you a starting point.
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
Testimonial: "I checked for power at the fuse. There is no power. That's a good sign. There must be an open or a faulty device that is possibly causing the problem. Any clue about the whereabouts of the relays for these devices (again not sure is there is individual relays for the radio, clock and dome light)."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fuse box should be under the dash on the drivers side the cover of the fuse box should tell you which fuse is for the radio or your owners manual will also tell you
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Look closely at the cover. You will see a small slot. Insert a small flat blade screwdriver, and pry it off. Very easy..
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Did you check fuses with a test light? If not try that first fuses can look good but still be blown. Also this will tell you if you are getting current to the fuses. If no current check fuse links and fuses under the hood. It Sounds like a no current problem. Let me know how you make out and if you are still stuck let me know the results and we will go from there. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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