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zenbone
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Jun 17, 12:40pm - #451680 
Electrical Issue

Hello, i am working on a 2002 Toyota Celica GT and have a bit if an issue. I am purchasing it from a friend and it has been sitting a while. it is in decent shape but on major issue is there doesn't seem to be any power coming into the interior fuse block. The car starts fine but doesn't have stereo, air conditioning, turn signals, brake lights, tac or gauges (these are all totally out).

I was hoping there was a main relay that i could replace in the engine fuse blocks or some common known issue that might be the cause of it. I checked the clear style fuses and none of those were blown so i was kinda at a loss. Obviously it doesn't go into gear either as the automatic selector also needs the juice. Any help would be greatly appreciated... really looking forward to breathing some life into this awesome car. Has some low miles and really needs to get back on the road again (with me at the wheel)
thanks everyone!

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CaffeineKid
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Jun 17, 1:20pm - #451681 
Have you checked the Center Junction fuse block, behind the kick-panel on the left of the passenger-side foot-well?
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/...e-room-and-center-junction-diagrams.html
Specifically, check #43

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43. a. PANEL1 7.5 A: Gauges and meters, air conditioning system, electronically controlled automatic transmission system, headlight beam level control system, front fog lights, emergency flasher, turn signal lights

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Also have a quick read through this page:
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/428818/HELP-No-power-Radio-and-Clock.html

Additional resources:
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/...strument-cluster-and-ac-not-working.html
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/...w-instrument-cluster-ac-not-working.html

If you've already replaced this fuse, not just visually checked it, skim through this link
https://www.celicahobby.com/forums/...-dont-work-are-they-fried.html#Post86523

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zenbone
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Jun 17, 1:59pm - #451682 
hello, i did check the fuses in the passenger kick panel but just visually and it was like a million degrees so might not have seen them completely, was just looking for the popped metal not any haze or cloudiness as described in some of the other links. i will go back tomorrow and swap the spare Type B fuse under the Hood into slot 43 to see if that gets it. fingers crossed because i know electrical stuff can get real expensive REAL fast. thanks again CaffeineKid! i will keep you posted.

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