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What is the dimmer relay for?

I was wondering if a bad dimmer relay would blow out my 20 amp dome fuse. my camry 1989 radio turn on but no sound, no dashboard lights, no clock. no tail lights. but i do have brake lights can u please help?

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Look for a fuse that control the clock and interior light may be labeled int. light.Did you recently installa aaftermarket radio or anything having to be wired??

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FUSE PANEL IDENTIFICATION (1983-90 LINCOLN TOWN CAR) The fuse panel is located in the instrument panel to the left of the steering column. To expose fuse panel, remove lower steering column finish panel.

Fuse & Circuit Breaker Identification

· 1 - 15 Amp Stoplights, Hazard Warning Lights, Speed Control Module, Trailer Tow Relays, Cornering Light Relay (1983-89)
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w/out amplifier; dome, and Cig. hint if you cigarette lighter is working and your dome light is working ,the problem is not fuse is the radio.

With amplifier. Amp, Cig, and Dome; again if cigarette lighter and dome light and amp fuse is good then amplifier is bad, or Radio is bad the only hint in this one is that the amplifier control sound if radio has ilumination then the amplifier could be the cause.

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