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BenE
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BenE Feb 1, 12:27pm - #450454 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Greetings! Also, can anyone help a girl out?

Hello.
I'm new to this forum, and hope to make lots of new Celica friends.
I just purchased a 2001 Celica GT, automatic, with 133k from an auction a few days back. It was hit hard on the front passenger side, but my father and I have replaced everything (CV axle, tie rods, etc). I'm so happy with my purchase, as the first car I ever wanted as a kid was a 2000 Celica I saw at one of the auctions. Somehow, even after all the years and multiple cars (Prius, Scion tc, and a '05 Mustang), I've never loved a car more.

Anyway, hopefully someone on here can help a girl and her mechanic father out. Everything that was damaged in the wreck has been repaired. But despite replacing the battery in the car and double checking all the fuses, we can not seem to get the dash gauge lights, the A/C, the radio, the power doors and windows, etc to turn on. The car is running smoothly, and there seems to be no trouble under the Hood. No wires seem to be cut or stripped. The headlights and blinkers all come on outside the car as well, but it's like all the electrical stuff inside is just...dead. Any help is appreciated, as I'm ready to get my baby on the road.
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cass89
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cass89 Feb 2, 10:44am - #450459 
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lamar,mo
did u guys check the fuse box inside the car under the dash
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BenE
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BenE Feb 2, 12:46pm - #450462 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Yes, checked every fuse.
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cass89
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cass89 Feb 2, 7:12pm - #450464 
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lamar,mo
i dont know then sorry
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