Question about 2000 Toyota Avalon
I replaced the 30 amp and 40 amp fuse the drivers side control panel and still nothing. The Control panel will not activate the car lock but the passenger side lock is working. The control panel (new and old one) does not activate any window and the other window switches do not work either.
Is there another fuse that I am missing?
You have to check the following fuses/relays one by one in order to find the fault.
For door locks You have to check the:
For Power Windows:
Above all are the complete details of all the fuses & relays that contols the doors and power windows working.
Kindly check all fuses one by one carefully and you will Definately have your problem solved.
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Posted on Sep 19, 2009
There is a power main relay under the left side of the dash, 30 amp power fuse, 30 amp door fuse, 10 amp ign ecu fuse and a 15 amp dome fuse inside the under hood fuse and relay box.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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