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More than Likely, you have a Short on that System and it is causing the 2Amp Fuse to blow. 2 Amp's is not very much, there is getting more than 2 Amps and the most likely cause is a Chaffed Wire that is feeding back into the system...
that is a dead short, the fuse saved you the ensuing fire.
there are 2 fuses or more... with that name..
old cars love to short things, no lie.
the fsm is the best thing to have, and alldata.com , 2nd.
the older that car the more true that is... and your car is 10x that.
is the fuse in the cab BOX? NOT ENGINE BAY?
THE CAB FUSE , HAS these (USA cars, other are DIFFERENT)
no country stated (sigh)
ignition sw AM1
ignition sw AM2
ignition coil (1 for 4cy, and 1 for v6 engine, unsaid)
on one car there is a IGN fuse 7.5 amps
and runs the ECU and main relay.
there are 3 engines, and drawing for all 3.
get the fsm and use that or login to alldata.com and hope
it covers your engine. (unstated)
This is common about this time on these Camrys. I own three. The AM2 fuse is blowing because a coil, capacitor, or supressor has gone bad in the distributor. To test this disconnect the two wire connectors to the distributor. Replace the AM2 fuse. Turn the ignition. If the fuse doesn't blow. The distributor.
There is a capacitor/condenser
that is used for noise suppression/static. It is attached to the post of
the coil. They melt and short out blowing the AM2 fuse. You can clip
the wire for now and it will run fine. The condenser can be purchased at
the dealer for about $8 but the distributer has to come out to change
it. ...stolen from another webby
The BONNET is the hood, You must have talked to someone from ENGLAND. The fuse may blow if the coil or the igniter is shorted. Turn the key on and disconnect the igniter and coil, then hook up each one and see when the fuse blows.
If it is the AM2 (30A) fuse that is blowing, check the ignition condenser, capacitor, within the ignition assembly. I just removed it and assembled the ignition back together. I am in the process of ordering a new one from Rock Auto for a total of $2.57. It seems to be a common issue. The condenser is actually a capacitor and the issue is that they internally short.