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Electrical i have a 1992 toyota camry and the fuse for the tail, dash and license plate lights, which is all the same 15amp fuse keeps blowing out.

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    im trying to locate the fuse box for my tail lights

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    type of replacement fuse

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I HAVE A 95 TOYOTA CAMRY 4CYL. IT WAS RECENTLY OVER HEATING SO I HAD THE THERMASTAT AND THE RADIATOR REPLACED. IT STILL GOING TO THE HOT MARK .SO I PUT MORE COOLANT IN IT EVERY 2WKS. NO LEAK IS SHOWING ON THE GROUND BUT THE GAUGE STILL GOES TO THE HOT EVERY 2WKS. IF I CUT THE AIR ON IT GOES BACK TO THE MIDDLE. WHAT COULD THIS BE

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Hi. There's a short in the system. A positive wiring is touching chassis or a negative wiring, causing a short in the system, and therefore blowing the fuse. Have it revised by a electromechanic in your area.

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