Question about 1987 Toyota Camry
I plugged in one of those small ac power converters to power a small radio which caused the digital clock and cigarette lighter to stop working , checked all the fuses their fine. Pulled off the faceplate around the radio which still works and is on the same fuse as the lighter and clock, disconnected the plug harness attached to the lighter. My question is how to go about correcting this cannot find parts online. Have not tried dealers yet, may try a junkyard but thats a long shot and you never know if the things work or not. Also any help on how to get the clock out would be appreciated.
There are three (3) fuses involved here. The one that is most likely the culprit is the 15A one in the fuse box under the hood, near the battery. Check the underhood fuse box, replace any blown fuses.
The other two fuses (also 15A) are in the interior fuse box, probably left side kick panel.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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