95 CAMRY lost power in cassette deck.

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Old 28 Nov 2006, 07:14 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 95 CAMRY lost power in cassette deck.

My 95 camry (156k miles) stopped having power in the cassette deck all
of a sudden. The cigarette lighter which is in the same module also
left power.
So pls pardon my ignorance about cars, but am I correct in assuming
some fuse is blown. How do I locate it and find out if its blown ?

thanks in advance.

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Old 28 Nov 2006, 07:17 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 95 CAMRY lost power in cassette deck.

Look in your owner's manual to determine where the fuses are located. Take
off the cover and look for the fuse that is labeled as running the circuit
that isn't working. Then, you'll probably see a dead fuse.

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> My 95 camry (156k miles) stopped having power in the cassette deck all
> of a sudden. The cigarette lighter which is in the same module also
> left power.
> So pls pardon my ignorance about cars, but am I correct in assuming
> some fuse is blown. How do I locate it and find out if its blown ?
>
> thanks in advance.
>



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Old 29 Nov 2006, 04:08 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 95 CAMRY lost power in cassette deck.

punit.rathore@gmail.com wrote:
> My 95 camry (156k miles) stopped having power in the cassette deck all
> of a sudden. The cigarette lighter which is in the same module also
> left power.
> So pls pardon my ignorance about cars, but am I correct in assuming
> some fuse is blown. How do I locate it and find out if its blown ?

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While it's true the owner's manual will guide you to the correct fuse -
most likely under the hood near the left fender, you also need to
correct the cause of the problem, most likely a defect in the radio/
cassette player. I think I went through about three or four of these
before I bought an Alpine from Crutchfield that also plays MP3s. Even
with stock speakers the sound is excellent the features greatly
improved and better all around that the stock units at a reasonable
price.

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Old 29 Nov 2006, 06:57 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: 95 CAMRY lost power in cassette deck.

There is also a fusible link in the line too. Did you plugged in a laptop
if so they draw too much current and blow the fusible link!

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> Look in your owner's manual to determine where the fuses are located. Take
> off the cover and look for the fuse that is labeled as running the circuit
> that isn't working. Then, you'll probably see a dead fuse.
>
> <punit.rathore@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:1164762875.904027.235750@l39g2000cwd.googlegr oups.com...
>> My 95 camry (156k miles) stopped having power in the cassette deck all
>> of a sudden. The cigarette lighter which is in the same module also
>> left power.
>> So pls pardon my ignorance about cars, but am I correct in assuming
>> some fuse is blown. How do I locate it and find out if its blown ?
>>
>> thanks in advance.
>>

>
>



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