Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
Hi, I have a 99 Camry and it keeps blowing the 10 Amps fuse marked as "guage" in the fuse panel behind change drawer below left side of steering wheel.
but sometimes it works fine with no problem, i have tried everything I know. also, have taken it to a mechanic, he drove it for almost a week with zero lost of fuse. as a result my mechanic can't tell what the problem is.
I didn't mean it was possibly the aftermarket radio it self. I was thinking that who ever installed it may not have capped off the dimmer wire on the radio harness and it's shorting out once in awhile. People that don't know what their doing figure that sience the radio works the other wires left over don't do anything and leave them hanging.
That's why I asked for the clarification.
Installing radio's for so long you come across just about everything. If you bought the car used and it has the factory radio in it you don't know that the previous owner didn't take out his alpine and cobbed the factory radio back in etc.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
I agree with lobsterman...Aftermarket radios kill the gauge fuses.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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