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#1145 of 1158 missing fuse in 1994 toyota camre LE. what to replace with?
Oct 14, 2012 (1:19 pm)
I just bought a car that needs a little bit of work. I did not realize the guy had taken out a fuse and replaced it with a poor-quality, home-made anti-theft switch with no fuse at all! Need to replace fuse, but cannot determine what fuse to put in. Does anyone have a link to a schematic to identify what fuse to put in?
#1146 of 1158 Re: missing fuse in 1994 toyota camre LE. what to replace with? [kymechu]
Oct 14, 2012 (8:37 pm)
Try search on Google image for "1994 camry fuse box diagram". It should show what fuse to put in. Hope it helps.
#1147 of 1158 Camry Cruise Control
Nov 13, 2012 (12:31 pm)
I have a 1994 Toyota Camry LE. Recently, the cruise control stopped functioning. When I press the button to activate the cruise, the light on the dash flickers for 2-3 seconds before going out. I thought I might try to replace the fuse first before I take it to a repair shop. Problem is that I can't find the fuse. Any ideas which fuse box and which specific fuse would control the cruise control?
#1148 of 1158 Camry LE 1998 Mirrors,Cigarette Lighter, And Clock Not Working
Dec 06, 2012 (11:42 am)
Mirrors, Cigarette Lighter, And Clock Fuse Number Is 37, Blue one And It's 15A.
Location Is On The Bottom Of Power Steering On The Left
#1149 of 1158 Re: Camry wiper motor frozen/ gets hot [norcal2]
Dec 18, 2012 (7:29 pm)
Where is the Wiper Fuse located exactly in a 1995 Toyota Camry?
#1150 of 1158 Re: Camry wiper motor frozen/ gets hot [dynomag21]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Dec 18, 2012 (8:59 pm)
Junction Box #1, left side of instrument panel, you'll see a group of 12 fuse, it's the 20 amp fuse, left hand row, middle fuse.
#1151 of 1158 AC/HEAT on 2006 Toyota Camry SE
Jan 17, 2013 (2:37 pm)
My 2006 Toyota Camry SE has been sitting for 3+ years in my backyard (long story) and I am just pulling it out now. Anyways everything is fine except my heater and ac controls dont work. My fan operates but NO heat, NO AC and NO rear defrogger. In the video in this link/URL on youtube I point them out. I check the fuse in and out of the car for "HTR". I dont know what else to check...is it that I just need an AC recharge? but then why would not my rear defogger light come on or work? anyways, please help and you can see exactly what I am talking about here camry video on youtube.com
#1152 of 1158 No power in 2000 Camry CE
Mar 13, 2013 (6:55 am)
I have a 2000 Camry CE that is not getting any power anywhere. I have had the battery tested and charged. Its cold crank is 750. The door bell will chime when key is in the ignition. Is this a fuse issue or something else?
#1153 of 1158 Re: No power in 2000 Camry CE [blueman092001]
Mar 13, 2013 (9:15 am)
We had similar prob. with 2002 Camry. (The jump battery charge would last for 4-5 weeks and then suddenly not start in the morning.) After having battery jumped twice by Triple A service, we decided to try disconnecting the battery and substituting it with a battery that we knew worked. Voila!!!
It seems that after a battery is jumped with cables and then driven a distance, it has enough charge back in it to produce a suitable readout at a battery place.
Just a thought that you may want to try this before spending your $'s on troubleshooting it at a dealership, etc. Ultimately it was determined we had a battery with a bad cell in it (fairly unusual I guess) but got it replaced under warranty and only paid small pro-rated amount towards a new battery. Our battery was 2 1/2 yrs old and we live in the cold Midwest. GOOD LUCK.
#1154 of 1158 Re: No power in 2000 Camry CE [camry002]
Mar 13, 2013 (10:22 am)
I had the battery checked and it is working fine. I also went ahead and replaced the battery cable too. I check the alternator to see if it was draining the battery and it check out good as well. I really feel as if the power from the battery isnt being distributed.
I cant figure out where to troubleshoot that problem. I looked at all the fuses under the hood and they appear fine. Could it be a relay problem?