03 Camry radio-cd dead -- which fuse?

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Old 22 Feb 2006, 03:58 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 03 Camry radio-cd dead -- which fuse?

Ejected cassette and turned off ignition to get gas.
When I turned igniton on again, radio totally dead. Tuning
screen blank. All other electrical items work as before.

Operator's manual and fuse panel cover show fuse
diagrams, but no fuse is shown for radio/player. Can
anyone suggest which fuse it might be?

If it is not a blown fuse, will have to get radio repaired.
Is it better to take it to dealer or to take it to car radio repair shop?

Thanks for considering the problem(s).

Ed Bock


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Old 22 Feb 2006, 04:20 pm   #2 (permalink)
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eabock@earthlink.net wrote:
> Ejected cassette and turned off ignition to get gas.
> When I turned igniton on again, radio totally dead. Tuning
> screen blank. All other electrical items work as before.
>
> Operator's manual and fuse panel cover show fuse
> diagrams, but no fuse is shown for radio/player. Can
> anyone suggest which fuse it might be?
>
> If it is not a blown fuse, will have to get radio repaired.
> Is it better to take it to dealer or to take it to car radio repair
> shop?
> Thanks for considering the problem(s).
>
> Ed Bock


Wouldn't this still be under warranty? (Unless mileage is over).
There should be a fuse for radio, it may be on a circuit with another item,
like clock or lighter so check again to make sure. If you take it to the
dealer they are going to send it to a repair depot or local repair shop then
charge you for this service. If you are capable of removing the unit
yourself and take to a radio repair shop you should save some money. Most
of the Toyota panels I've messed with (not many) pull off, there are
exceptions though, so pull gently to determine if it does. On my Tundra I
have to pull heater/ac control knobs off (pull straight out), then remove
screws found under them and remove two screws under the top air vents by
pushing vents in at top and looking up in the cavity exposed.
HTH, davidj92


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Old 22 Feb 2006, 06:34 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Cassette! Doesn't that POS Camry have a CD player? My 01 American made
car does.

Lot's of GM and Ford bashing going on by Toyota fans............

eabock@earthlink.net wrote:
> Ejected cassette and turned off ignition to get gas.
> When I turned igniton on again, radio totally dead. Tuning
> screen blank. All other electrical items work as before.
>
> Operator's manual and fuse panel cover show fuse
> diagrams, but no fuse is shown for radio/player. Can
> anyone suggest which fuse it might be?
>
> If it is not a blown fuse, will have to get radio repaired.
> Is it better to take it to dealer or to take it to car radio repair shop?
>
> Thanks for considering the problem(s).
>
> Ed Bock


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Old 22 Feb 2006, 07:16 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Hard to believe, but true -- "Weird" <delano_h@yahoo.com> typed:

>Cassette! Doesn't that POS Camry have a CD player? My 01 American made
>car does.


My '05 Camry has BOTH cassette and a 6-CD *changer*. AND an input for
the ipod.

'Course my 'Mericun van had CD and Cassette and VCR . . . but no DVD,
so I had to get rid of it . . . .

('94 Grand Voyager clunker -- traded it in on an xB.)

-D
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Old 23 Feb 2006, 07:40 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: 03 Camry radio-cd dead -- which fuse?

Of course it has both a CD and a cassette player - cassette stil nice for
books on tape and long trips.

"Weird" <delano_h@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Cassette! Doesn't that POS Camry have a CD player? My 01 American made
> car does.
>
> Lot's of GM and Ford bashing going on by Toyota fans............
>
> eabock@earthlink.net wrote:
>> Ejected cassette and turned off ignition to get gas.
>> When I turned igniton on again, radio totally dead. Tuning
>> screen blank. All other electrical items work as before.
>>
>> Operator's manual and fuse panel cover show fuse
>> diagrams, but no fuse is shown for radio/player. Can
>> anyone suggest which fuse it might be?
>>
>> If it is not a blown fuse, will have to get radio repaired.
>> Is it better to take it to dealer or to take it to car radio repair shop?
>>
>> Thanks for considering the problem(s).
>>
>> Ed Bock

>



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