Luna2 is offline Quote post #8 of 10 Old 03-12-2013, 02:36 AM Luna2 Guest Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: Greenbush, USA Posts: 1,461 Thanks: 23 Thanked 174 Times in Sent from my XT907 blake_fzj80, Nov 10, 2013 blake_fzj80, Nov 10, 2013 #19 jonheld Messages: 6,295 Likes Received: 999 Joined: Dec 8, 2006 Location: New Jersey blake_fzj80 said: ↑ Heater/clock/ Checked all other small fuses in engine compartment and under dash. Previous Thread Next Thread New Reply Print Thread Joined: Jun 2004 Posts: 1,870 Chelica815 Specialist Chelica815 Mar 29, 10:31pm - #428818 Specialist 2000 Toyota Celica Joined: Jun 2004 Posts: 1,870 San Source
It is a 15A fuse.I am so glad the problem is fixed. Please select a reasonfor your RED vote: Thanks for the Feedback! Location? No power Radio and Clock!Hey guys, I am in need of your advice. https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/off-topic/801352
mnsweeps Senior Member - 10K posted: Jan. 18, 2008 @ 12:47p handyguy said: Could be your cig lighter is tripping fuses. I have an OBDII code reader and tried to use it to turn off battery symbol. Today 10:13 PM by mcgowaw 344 34 Attachment(s) Ajay842's 1994 1.6 5spd... Went to Radio Shack and replaced it.
Swap out the ACC relay, the horn relay may may be a good relay to test with. When I put the radar back in again it blew this fuse as well as the 7.5 multi fuse by the kickbox. I also tried ressetting the ECU, still nothing. Car Stereo Stopped Working No Power Search Titles Only Show Results as Posts Advanced Search Forum Community Center Technical & Troubleshooting Arena Car stereo not working anymore.
Your online purchases earn Cash Back that builds in your FatWallet account. 3. Registered: Jan 2001 Location: Seaside, Oregon That means there is a short in the system. Probably not a good thing. http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34999 jonheld, Nov 10, 2013 jonheld, Nov 10, 2013 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Sign
What you're seeing are symptoms of what might be a bigger issue. 2005 Toyota Corolla Radio Fuse xmangt1 Apr 1, 5:56am - #428826 4 All U Haterz! 2000 Toyota Celica GT Joined: Jul 2003 Posts: 1,587 Chicago, IL Glad you figured it out. Registered Member 0 1,154 posts Toyota Model: yaris t sport (2002-9) Location: Dorset Posted July 19, 2003 Another satisfied customer!!! Use our Coupons Search to browse coupons and offers from thousands of stores, gathered into one convenient location.
I understand you are on the road and don't have an ohm meter. this contact form The only other one I had at the time was a higher amp fuse so I used that. Advanced Members 0 2,729 posts Toyota Model: Looking Posted July 19, 2003 hehe sounds dangerously like the solution I had m8 :) Share this post Link to post Share on other And in the fuse box, there are big ones, how do I check if they are bad? Celica Fuse Box
ignore me. compressor draws quite a bit of power. Registered Member 0 1,007 posts Toyota Model: Glanza Location: Essex Posted July 15, 2003 you should have a lil diagram printed somewhere aswell, help you find were the fuse is. have a peek here Contact Us - Scion FR-S Forum | Subaru BRZ Forum | Toyota 86 GT 86 Forum | AS1 Forum - FT86CLUB - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.4Copyright ©2000
Not sure what it could be. Not sure what it could be. The radio screen is blank.
I've checked all the fuses and changed the ones that should be linked to these systems. They include: auto antenna airbag sensor cig lighter clock radio and amps side mirrors shift interlock ECU The 15 amp CIG lighter circuit gets fed from AM1 which is a fusible Was the ignition (key) off when you did this? Not sure if that has any bearing on my problems?
Loading... Close Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (UK). I would suggest picking up a meter at your local Radio Snack or similar then learn how to use it. http://haiteq.com/not-working/car-clock-not-working.php there is a fuse for interior trim illumination that is blown.
Mike Michael Hanson, Nov 8, 2013 Michael Hanson, Nov 8, 2013 #2 Wiscolandcruiser Messages: 483 Likes Received: 8 Joined: Jul 28, 2012 Location: Janesvegas Its the fuses by your left I have never seen this before (and this is the second time I changed the timing belt (only 75K mi) :/ Help? Joined: Aug 2013 Posts: 1 lost7spirif New Member lost7spirif Aug 17, 11:36am - #449549 New Member Joined: Aug 2013 Posts: 1 United States I just installed a after market radio, the That fuse was also used for my rear brake-lights...so it was kinda important.EDIT: The car was a Buick, so your wiring may/most likely will be different.
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