Question about Toyota Tacoma
With your vehicle parked and not running, remove the fuse box cover lid and on the back side of it is a diagram. Locate the fuse that controls the "ACC" or "CIG" on that diagram and replace it. If there is no diagram on cover lid then pull each fuse out "one by one" and look for a burned or blown out fuse or use a fuse tester (avalible at your local auto parts srore) Replace it with the same colored fuse
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