Camry 2001 Digital clock dead. Need help with fuse

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Old 04 Nov 2006, 03:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
AP
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Default Camry 2001 Digital clock dead. Need help with fuse

Hi All,

I have a Toyota Camry LE 2001 (V4). Recently my digital clock (displays
time & temp.) went dead. I cracked open the toyota owners manual, but
couldnt find the right fuse associated with the clock. I just want to
try replacing the fuse, if that can fix it before i try the repair
shop/dealer option.

Please help me if anyone knows where to look for that right fuse &
which one. The manual shows 4 areas where the fuses are located - 3
under the hood & one below the steering.. behind the loose change
compartment.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks.

AP

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Old 11 Nov 2006, 09:46 am   #2 (permalink)
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AP wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I have a Toyota Camry LE 2001 (V4). Recently my digital clock (displays
> time & temp.) went dead. I cracked open the toyota owners manual, but
> couldnt find the right fuse associated with the clock. I just want to
> try replacing the fuse, if that can fix it before i try the repair
> shop/dealer option.
>
> Please help me if anyone knows where to look for that right fuse &
> which one. The manual shows 4 areas where the fuses are located - 3
> under the hood & one below the steering.. behind the loose change
> compartment.
>
> Any help is truly appreciated.
>
> Thanks.
>
> AP
>

Well, since you think your engine is a V4 this could be a challenge, but
open the fuse box and look at the inside of the cover for a diagram and
list for something like instrument fuse or instrument cluster fuse. Pull
the fuse and see if it is blown. If it is buy a couple and try to
replace it. If it is blown, it blew for a reason, so the second should
blow as well. Blown fuses mean shorts to ground.
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