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Drifter Oct 29, 8:11am - #56506 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GTS
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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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Arizona
Gauges and Passenger window

Ok my car is on the fritz. It's doin the weirdest thing and I was wondering if anyone knew whats up with it. Well, the other night when I started my car and took of the E brake to leave my gauge lights went off. So I was like "WTF". angry But thats not the weird part. It's that they stay one during the day and go off at night. confused Go figure. And to add to that, my passenger window wont roll down now. I'ld think it was just a fuse but then what would explain my crazy ass gauges. Well, if anybody has any idea whats up let me know.
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supra_celica
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supra_celica Oct 29, 8:36am - #56507 

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Just a thought, not a solution, but our cars have day time running lights. Sounds like something may have crossed wires or something. The sensor is in front of the steering wheel, on the dash, by the windshield. I'd start there. Also, check the power windows lock to the left of the steering wheel. You may have pushed it in. I didn't know it was there for like a week or two. Good luck.

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Drifter Oct 29, 9:22am - #56508 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GTS
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I'm such a dumbass! lol Ya it was the lock. I completely forgot about it. I let a girl sleep in my car the night my gauges and window messed up. I bet she hit the button. lol oh well, one problem down. thumbsup
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