Relay for power windows & headlights

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Old 19 Mar 2006, 01:45 pm   #1 (permalink)
doolittle & sitmore
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Default Relay for power windows & headlights

Having just purchasing a 2000 camry ce and no user manual to read I am
trying to find how everything works. I have a few questions that I
hope some owners can help me with. First the headlights and parking
lights. I notice they do not go off when I turn off the ignition
switch so I assume I will have to remember to turn them off when
driving in the daylight with them on. I also noticed that the power
windows do not work when the ignition switch is turned off. I hate
that and if I knew where the relay is located I could jumper it so they
would work. Can anyone out there help?

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Old 19 Mar 2006, 02:26 pm   #2 (permalink)
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doolittle & sitmore wrote:
> Having just purchasing a 2000 camry ce and no user manual to read I am
> trying to find how everything works. I have a few questions that I
> hope some owners can help me with.


I recommend you look on eBay for an owner's manual. They usually have
different ones at a reasonable price and they are invaluable source of info
on features,.lights/bulbs/fuses and service requirements.

First the headlights and parking
> lights. I notice they do not go off when I turn off the ignition
> switch so I assume I will have to remember to turn them off when
> driving in the daylight with them on.


On my wifes Camry and my Tundra you can leave the headlight switch on and
they will shut off when the driver's door is opened.

I also noticed that the power
> windows do not work when the ignition switch is turned off. I hate
> that and if I knew where the relay is located I could jumper it so
> they would work. Can anyone out there help?


I'm guessing but I think it's in the fuse box under the hood. Hopefully, if
I'm wrong someone will correct me.
HTH, Dave


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