Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
The fuse box is behind the glove box.You need to take the glove box out, which require a screwdriver.. The other fuse box is under the bonnet near the air filter.
In some newer model corolla ce car the location is as follows:---
To acess the fuse box that controls the radio you need to move your seat as far back as you can and then look above your pedals. There is a small black box there .Take the cover off and look on the cover where it says cig. That is the fuse that is blown or at least supposed to be blown. Check if your cigarete lighter works. If it does then that is not your problem. -------- That will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
Check under the driver's side dash board for the fuse box for the radio. It could be any of them so use a fuse tester to quickly (within 5 minutes) test all of the fuses that are energized and possibly bad or good as indicated by a tester that lights up on broken fuses.
To remove a fuse:
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
just look at your fues block with a flashlight and you will be able to see the blown fuse... look closely it might not be obvious at first. Another thing you can do is go to the store and purchase a fuse tester... a simple device that has a pair of pins (actually they usually have 2 pair, one for two different spacings) and an led... you put the pins against the fuse's exposed metal contacts on the flat back and if the fues is blown and the device is on, the led will light... you may have to buy a fuse kit to get the tester but they are well worth it, along with a fuse puller, if you are like me and have large fingers
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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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Posted on Sep 29, 2010
SOURCE: my radio and clock stopped
There are 2 fuse are of concern in the driver are youll see an area that is like a drawer,where you can put thing in like small stuff ,money (well i do) remove that drawer and behind there is a fuse and comes with a white looking pick use that to pull and inspect the fuse on at a time, are any broken replace it, now the other fuse location from the driver section underneath is another set of fuses and comes with a white pick pull each fuse till you find the broken one, The fuses in the hood is called the battery junction,that s for alternator brake ABS, 02 sensor heater.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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