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Location of heater blower fuse for 94 toyota pickup

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This question comes up often ... Fixya could use a better search function. On my 94 from Japan ... you need to remove the glove box (3 screws across top, screw and bolt across bottom) and then the heater and alternator fuses are in a small covered fuse box approximately where the upper passenger side door hinge attaches to body.

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