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Where is the fuse for the radio in the 2006 Toyota Corolla? Not finding it by pedal or glove box only fuse box i find is under the hood?

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    corolla 2006 fuse box

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Hi if the fuse is not located in the fuse box under the hood try the aux fuse in the fuse box if this is ok then the problem could be either with the stereo itself or some stereo's have an inline fuse but to get to it you need to pull the stereo out and the fuse will either be in the back of the stereo or it will be inline on the live wire to the stereo you will be able to see it as soon as you pull the stereo out.

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  • mdownes123 Sep 29, 2010

    Thanks ive tryed everything but pulling stereo out.

  • mgl_mendee Nov 04, 2010

    Hi,Fuse box would be behind the glove box.Yu need to take it off and you will see black box . that is a fuse box, mate.check your manual book it will tell you wich one is ther for radio.

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Look on the left panel by your left leg driver seat. where the hood latch is should be covered by a panel or right under dash same location.

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  • mdownes123 Sep 29, 2010

    Took that out no fuses located there?

  • bronci2 Sep 30, 2010

    If the car was made in Japan it should be on the passenger side! The vin# will have a J about 5 letters in. other wis it's behind the head unit. Good luck

  • Freddy Oct 27, 2010

    There are two fuses used for radio operation and both are located in underhood fuse panel. Fuse labeled MAIN is a 30A fuse and fuse labeled DOME is a 15A fuse.

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SOURCE: I tried but did,t find

try looking under the kick pannel on the passenger side (it's below the glove box behind the carpet cover thing) their are fuses behind it!

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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