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Where is the fusible link that runs the power windows on a 96 Toyota camry?
Hey, the fusible link you are looking for is to the right of the fuse box under the dash behind the coin holder, you have to remove the panel that holds the coin holder you will see two 10mm bolts on the bottom and then there will be two covers towards the top, take them out with a flat tip screw driver and there will be the other 2 10mm once you take that off you will want to take the air duct piece out that is in the way, it takes some force but it will just pop out, then look to the top right corner of the fuse box and you will see a pink 30 amp fuse and that is your culprit, hope thi helps you out.
on Oct 23, 2019
My 96 camry has a
Better have the front end checked, might be a front end component, like a worn ball joint, idler arm,center link, worn rack-n-pinion, tie rod end, most likely front end alignment.
on Aug 28, 2017
HOW TO TELL IF OIL PUMP IS GOING BAD ON 1996 TOYOTA CAMRY??
Low oil pressure will not cause the alarm to set and shut the engine down, usually if there is a switch turning it to off disables the alarm and lets the car start. If the oil light on the dash goes off when the engine is cranking or after it starts chances are that there is no problem with the oil pump. I need to know what the problem is exactly at this time, does the engine turn over but not fire up or does it do nothing at all when trying to start it? Do the dash lights turn on when the key is on? Is there an alarm sound from the horn when trying to start it?
on Jul 11, 2017
96 Camry 2.2 L has no spark while cranking but timing light indicates spark when key is released
It is better to use a spark gap to observe the size and quality of the spark when testing. A suitable gap can be manufactured from an old spark plug modified by carefully cutting away much of the tread with a hacksaw and taping it to a bulldog or crocodile clip so it produces a gap of about 10/13mm.
It certain isn't unusual for an ignition system to produce a spark when the key is released.
It is possible for the inside of a distributor cap to develop a conductive coating so spark testing should be done initially from the coil lead disconnected from the dist cap.
I don't know what ignition system your Camry is fitted with but broadly there will be a trigger, amplifier, coil and spark distribution. Older versions used discrete components but as time marched on more was integrated into the management system though regardless of system it cannot work efficiently without a good supply of current and effective grounds so the first thing to do is identify the system type and components and check these using a voltmeter while the engine is cranking.
Without more details it is difficult to tell you more that would be useful to you - clearly if the amplifier is integrated the approach must be somewhat different than if it is discrete and similarly whether the distributor contains the trigger and if it does whether it is a hall-effect type, optical or inductive...
on Apr 07, 2017
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