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Jan 15, 7:16pm - #83684 
PLEASE HELP!

I buddy of mine was trying to wire strobes into my trunk. He has done this sort of thing before. But he came in saying somethings wrong after a little bit. He cut the wire to the trunk light to wire the strobes to now the trunk light, dome light, keyless entry and clock dont work. Also when you turn the dome light to 'on' the open door light comes on in my gauge cluster. Please help. I have tried taking the negative terminal off with no luck.

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Jan 15, 7:18pm - #83685 
Sounds like you blew a fuse, or a couple ... did he do this while you still had your battery hooked up.

Always unhook our battery before performing any type of electrical work.

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Jan 15, 7:18pm - #83686 
Originally Posted by RicePowered
Sounds like you blew a fuse, or a couple ... did he do this while you still had your battery hooked up.

Always unhook our battery before performing any type of electrical work.



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Jan 15, 7:19pm - #83687 
Yes the battery was hooked up. What can i do to fix a fuse. How do i know which one?

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Jan 15, 8:10pm - #83688 
Check your manual for the location of the fuse that controls the shit that's not working. Take it out, if it's blown change it with the few extra fuses they supply. remind your friend that crossing wires is bad, ALWAYS disconnect the negative terminal if you are even doing something remotely electrical.

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Jan 16, 6:46am - #83689 
here is the fuse block diagram taken from the technical section of this site: ecelica.com: celica fuse block diagrams

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Jan 16, 11:18am - #83690 
Fixed it thank you guys

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