Joe Cool, where are you?!

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Old 06-13-02, 05:56 AM
winkmccarthy
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Joe Cool, where are you?!

I posted a few months ago, due to my dashlights being out, and it turned out to be a #20 fuse in my 1990 Toyota Camry V6 wagon engine that was blown. This only worked for 3-4 days at a time, and I would have to replace it again. Now, the second I put in a new one, it blows immediately. Now the real problem- both of my tail lights are now out, as well as one headlight as of yesterday. I was pulled over twice last night!!!!! I cannot drive my vehicle at night until I get this fixed, and this girl needs her car!
 
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Old 06-13-02, 07:09 AM
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If the fuse blows right away, I have to think we have a dead short somewhere.

Check all the wires in that circuit for chaffing/rubbing or missing insulation.

Visit www.autolibrary.org for some ideas as well.

I haven't gone anywhere .
 
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Old 06-13-02, 08:12 AM
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Thanks....I'll do just that. I figured I'd get a quick reply w/ the Subject line, and I got just that! I'll keep you 'posted'. Shannon
 
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Old 06-13-02, 08:59 AM
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Wink

No quicker than I can get to the forum throughout the day to answer the questions.
 
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