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Second fuse box

I have a 2004 Corolla S and cannot locate the second fuse box. I have had several people, including a mechanic look for it where the manual says it is, on the inside drivers side dash, but there is nothing there. Can any body help me I have no radio!!!!

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  • elleegr7 Jul 21, 2008

    I have done that and there is no fuse box there as well as no specifications on the back of the drawer. Thanks for trying.

  • elleegr7 Jul 22, 2008

    Thank You! I located it tucked up behind a tan box where the diagram is circled. After a few awkward positions I was able to remove and replace the faulty fuse. I now have music again!!!!! Thank you so much!

  • maya3000_99 Sep 16, 2008

    I have the same problem but cannot see the diagram. Could you please send it to me?

  • veeba Nov 30, 2008

    How do I remove the drawer without breaking It?

  • veeba Nov 30, 2008

    how do I remove the drawer?

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There also is a fuse box under the hood on the drivers side area that provides memory power to the radio along with other devices.

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HI........................
Let fixya your question.

OK... GO inside of the car driver side.
At left side of the steering on dash . you will see a lettle DRAWER.
for put coins etc. Is the only drawer at that side.
JUST OPEN IT AND REMOVE. Behind you will see the fuses.
The specification for each fuse is atached On back of the drawer.

OK> I hope this fixya your question. AND rate FIXYA>

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • Juan Guillen Jul 21, 2008

    OK... They are hidden just look the picture.

    I have Autorepair software on my computer. And never lie.



    If you want the diagram let me know






    LOOK the circle part.

  • Juan Guillen Jul 21, 2008


    You need to see under. of the dash.

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