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1988 toyota pickup, speedometer light wont come on and its not a fuse????

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You may need another speedometer. The speed sensor sends a signal to both the speedo and the odometer. So if the sensor fails, both meters would stop working.
The speedo gets power from the same circuit as the warning lights.

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Not sure if the fuses are in the right place and running lights do not work on '88 toyota pickup

Hi there,
You'll find one fuse box under the bonnet (hood) and another next set on the kick panel inside the cabin....The running lights (Park / marker light also operate the instrument panel lights....The covers of both boxes have directories inside....The one you're interested in is the one inside the cabin....
Regards Johngee10

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you have a direct short the positave and neg from the battery to the starter motor are touching and would blow an 200 amp fuse,also it could be the starter motor but get it checked out as it could cause a fire.adrian,,,,,,

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My 1988 toyota p.u has no running lights and no dash lights are these problems stemming from a bad fuse or two separate issues?

Sounds like the running lights and dash lights are on the same circuit.
check the fuse marked-----instr clstr, (instrument cluster), or simular.
If that fuse is ok, check the other fuses for lights.

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Fuel pump quit working, could it be a blown fuse?

Yes & no
Down load a service manual for your vehicle from this website

It will describe where everything is and how things work correctly

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I have a 1988 toyota pickup and my running lights in the rear dont work. i have checked the fuses and they are good. wat could be the problem

Bad grounds, corroded sockets or connectors. check that you have 12 volts to the sockets and the ground path is good.

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1988 Toyota pickup will not start after changing altinator. no lights in dash and will not start. battery charging head lights work great

Check fuse-able links, check by gently pulling apart the wires on either side of the fuse-able links, be sure to try to check them all, it helps to mark the ones you check to avoid constant rechecking and getting "lost" on which ones have been checked. Hope this helps.

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Check all earth points, you can check this website out, these will help you with any parts you want.

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