Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
When I got my truck new in 1987, the AC was dealer added. If there is no obvious fuse location, I would either start with the ac compressor clutich wires or the AC power switch and follow the wires and see if they lead you to a fuse. I know the switch operatates a relay and there are high and low presure switches for the AC system that power us run through for the clutch relay. I am affrad I don't have my old truck to look at anymore, but I was thinking yours might have been a dealer added unit as well and the fuses were inline and tapped off of existing power wires.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
The a/c relay and fuses are located behind the glove box. Open the glove box door, press evenly on each side just below the catches. This will allow the lid to hang by it's hinge, if your's is equiped with one, lower the partition from the dash. There are three small arrows on the strip holding it in place, take a screw driver and insert at these locations to release the strip. The relay and fuses are to the left of the opening.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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