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Tachometer & fuel gauge not working and transmission lever stuck in parking

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Check for blown fuses

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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  • david_cox354 Oct 03, 2010

    Already did that..found 3 blown fuses. Replaced them and problem still persists!

  • david_cox354 Oct 03, 2010

    I think I found problem...under the red box on the side of the battery are three large "fuses"--the middle one was blown. Trying to find replacement now---will let you know.

  • Ralph Cronenberg Oct 03, 2010

    thank you

  • david_cox354 Oct 03, 2010

    That was indeed the problem...next problem: find a replacement. I was able to modify a Bussmann FLD-120...but then I can't put the red cap back over the fuselinks. So, I will go to the Toyota/Scion dealer for the real replacement.

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