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2000 toy celica gts

Dash cluster dead, no a/c, and no aftermarket parts were installed. tried replacing main ecu, and also multiplex system located in interior fuse box, and still no fix! any suggestions?
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    where is the ecu located 2000 celica gt

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It appear to be a mayor short, you have check all fuse, all got current???

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Answering for ENGINE will not Crank !
Or the starter motor is SILENT !
Is the IMMoblizer lamp in dash telling you why?
good questions, sure it can.!
all electrics on cars are fused, (cept starter main)
lets for get the engine, (for now)
by no lights? that mean head lights are both dead? (if yes we fix this first) {easy}
head lights work key off, so..... is panic fail, prime failure mode.
if you meant the cluster lamps only, why not say so?

if the HL are out, the battery is dead or its cables are rusted (4 ends)
or fuse blow out in main box.

if the cluster lamps are dead and for sure the CEL lamp? then the ECU has no power, and engine will never run with that dead. or IMMO lamp stuck on.
CEL = check engine light if , out,key on, the ECU has zero power.

the radio is dead , is one more prime failure.
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So, open hood, see the PDC (main fuse box)?
you check battery voltage with neg lead of meter to body metal.
it reads:
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$10 meter at walfart works.
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so next check the voltage in the main box at all main fuses.
i'd bet one fuse has 12v on one side and 0v the other is a clearly blown fuse.(there)
if you need a schematic we have it.ask

the symptoms are lost main power.
the tests are easy.
with any cheap voltmeter every made.
got one?, or must we work blind?
Recap:
No cranks (is IMMO active?)
no head lamps, fuses blown for them or mains blown
CEL lamp dead in cluster key on , ECU fuses blown
or cluster fuse blown.

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one more anony post, making help hard if you have 2 or more post.
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why guess? why not use a real book on topic
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do the head lights work.
are there other things dead , not stated?

one of these fuses or relay is dead.
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Circuit Braker
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CAUTION Never replace a blown fuse with one of a higher rating. Severe damage to the vehicle, electrical harness and components, as well as personal injury or even death could occur.
Main Fuse Block
(see Figure 1)
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Fig. 1: Remove the fuse box cover, located in the engine compartment, to access the main fuses for the vehicle
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Relay Replacement
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Fig. 1: Typical fuse box and panel locations and configurations


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