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BioNeXuS
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 5:21am - #138275 

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I need help ASAP!

Hey guys, I got into my celica tonight and i had my radio on and my lights on. Went to use my windshield wipers and...boom my car goes dead. I found a blown fuse under the Hood(AM2), replaced that and my car starts again. But I don't have anything going on inside my car. Gauges, radio, clock, heater controls, windows, all dead. Checked the fuses in the fuse panel inside the car and they all look good. Can anyone help me? I thought it may be a relay blown, but I have no idea how to check that.
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Rocketman Mar 29, 5:24am - #138276 

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Wow man! I wish I knew! You have tried all fuses? Inside and out?

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BioNeXuS
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 5:27am - #138277 

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I checked them all out...Don't see anything out of the ordinary...the only thing I can think of is that the fuse panel on the inside is hooked up to another fuse or relay...i'm not exactly sure though
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BioNeXuS
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 5:39am - #138278 

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Actually I lied...I found one of the bigger wafer fuses on the inside that is a 5A fuse. That one's blown...but I don't understand how that one can control all of it. Everything's closed right now so I'll just have to wait till tomorrow to get a new fuse...that sux...
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10celica10 Mar 29, 5:40am - #138279 
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did you just install the radio? how long was it installed? have you added anything new to the car thats electrical?
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xmangt1 Mar 29, 10:24am - #138280 

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I had a problem similar to that. Check the 7.5 amp fuses below the burgundy relays inside the car.
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BioNeXuS
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 4:26pm - #138281 

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I checked the 7.5 amp fuses and they seem ok. I'll see what happens after I replace that 5 amp fuse. As for electrical, I 've installed an underglow, an amp, and that's about it. But I did install the AEM underdrive pulley...that's my guess on why it blew, but I've had everything installed for a couple months now...I'll let you guys know if that 5 amp fuse fixes it or not. Thanks!!
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 5:06pm - #138282 

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Anyone know what that am2 fuse stands for?
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BioNeXuS
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BioNeXuS Mar 29, 7:52pm - #138283 

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It's 3 days for a new multifuse. Anyways, I took the spare 7.5amp multifuse from the front to test it out. Everything is still dead. Anyone have any suggestions? I'm running low on ideas.
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