'96 Camry Problem

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Old 14 Jun 2006, 05:21 pm   #1 (permalink)
Grzesio
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I'm having a strange electrical problem with my Camry. Dashboard gauges,
AC, and fan have stopped working I've replace the fuse and everything was
working again until I put the car in reverse. Reverse blows the fuse for
the dashboard gauges, AC and the fan. ???? What can it be???? What should
I change/go after ???? Help !!

Thank you


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Old 14 Jun 2006, 06:30 pm   #2 (permalink)
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"Grzesio" <Grzesi@cox.net> wrote in message
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> I'm having a strange electrical problem with my Camry. Dashboard gauges,
> AC, and fan have stopped working I've replace the fuse and everything was
> working again until I put the car in reverse. Reverse blows the fuse for
> the dashboard gauges, AC and the fan. ???? What can it be???? What
> should I change/go after ???? Help !!
>
> Thank you
>


I suspect that it is dashboard light that indicates when you have shifted
into reverse that is shorting out part of the electrical system. But I would
also check the backup lights on the back of your car.


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Old 14 Jun 2006, 06:55 pm   #3 (permalink)
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In article <h_%jg.38$PO.30@dukeread03>, "Grzesio" <Grzesi@cox.net>
wrote:

> I'm having a strange electrical problem with my Camry. Dashboard gauges,
> AC, and fan have stopped working I've replace the fuse and everything was
> working again until I put the car in reverse. Reverse blows the fuse for
> the dashboard gauges, AC and the fan. ???? What can it be???? What should
> I change/go after ???? Help !!
>
> Thank you


I don't think this is anything you can really get into without a wiring
diagram and the knowledge of how to use it. You'll have to see what
circuit or component the gauges, ac, and fan have in common with the
reverse light circuit. This isn't really a "diagnose over the internet"
type of problem. Could be any number of things, so guessing which parts
to replace without effectively diagnosing the problem will likely lead
to a waste of time and money.

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