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Alexhughes70

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    Alex
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  • Toyota Model
    Corolla EE90
  • Toyota Year
    1989
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    Other/NonUK

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  1. Hello guys, Thanks for the input, Today I managed to get onto trying to get the lights going again, I've decided to sell my sub/amp which therefore I had to get to the back of the headunit anyway, I have replaced the headunit fuse and have wired the two 12v cables together and still nothing. Bit puzzled here, Any other sort of fuses I should be looking for? Cheers
  2. The bulbs didn't work in the right side but both bulbs were fine in the left side. Must be extremely odd as the gauge lights aren't lighting up too.
  3. Hello, I have replaced all the obvious fuses that would have blown and still nothing, I have tested the bulb and they are fine. The fuses with clear numbers are the replaced ones.
  4. I've checked all the fuses, under the hood and the compartment under the dash, are there any other hidden fuses I don't know about?
  5. Hello, I'm new here and hope to settle in and get to know people on there forums. I've recently installed a Sony Head unit with the correct wiring and had the radio and DOME fuses blow on me. (Searched and this is common with older cars and Sony headunits). Anyway I have just realized that one of my rear right lights isn't and one of the number plate lights isn't illuminating. The dash isn't lighting up too. I've checked every fuse in the engine bay and compartment under steering wheel. Seems very strange. My car is a 1988 Toyota Corolla EE90 2E Thanks to any help in advance.
  6. Welcome to the Toyota forums Alexhughes70 :)

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