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i know on my 1992 toyota camry...the EFI fuse is located under the hood on drivers side in the fuse panel there...right next to the battery. standing on the drivers side, from the side of the car looking at box as your facing the passenger side of auto(which will be directly across from you) it is located at top left. Says to also check the Circuit opening relay located behind the glove compartment ... the middle one. BUT, before you pull that ..if you want to check for a code stored, do so before you pull that out or before disc the battery. To do that you'll need to look under drivers side dash upside down for the code detector that has a flip top cap.. and you'll block wheels, place in neutral w/ Emergency brake on, turn key to on position and then w/ a metal paper clip ... bridge the E1 and TE1 terminals ..then look at your dash for the flashing start light..to read the code. If it flashes steadily the same every 1/4 sec then no code has been recorded. Hope this helps.. If further testing info...needed let me know.
The brake fluid master cylinder is attached underneath the break fluid reservoir which is where you put brake fluid into. The master cylinder system goes directly into the brake booster which mounts in the fire wall on the driver side.
Did you check the fuses? open the drivers door should be down there above the pedals, if more major problem open the hood and check the fuse box on the driver side of the car, more fuses are stored there