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Hi I went to fit reversing camera and have shorted something out all fuses are ok reversing light not working indicators not working air bag light on and heater controls not working can anyone help please 

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If all fuses are ok and there is no smoke/fire then you haven't shorted anything out. If you unplug the camera, does the problem go away?

Is your car able to start normally? Could the 12v Battery be low?

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Have you definitely checked all the fuses including those inside the cabin?

Was the Battery disconnected and then the problem occured after reconnecting the Battery?

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All fuses fine inside and outside there was a small spark from reversing light wiring where bulb fits there could be a relay box or some kind of module blown 

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Maybe the computer got a bit confused, i would disconnect the Battery while i check for fuses, if nothing, it might clear the airbag light.

 

You can find the electrical diagrams here

http://www.autocats.ws/manual/toyota/auris_corolla_zze-zr-nde-ade/rm04f0e/index2.html

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Already tried this. car going to see a auto electrician on Thursday hopefully nothing to costly as no fuses have blown probably some module shorted 

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Car sorted it was Fuse blown didn't realize car had 3 Fuse boxes it was the one if you look vertically up under passenger side dashboard I always thought you had type a or b Fuse box configuration from hand book not both now I know if anything like this happens again 

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Hence my question. Glad it's sorted though.

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