where is the fuse for the power seats and windows on a '99 toyota camry.


Asked by Aug 23, 2007 at 01:29 PM about the 1999 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've replaced the 15 amp under the dash. Still no movement of seat or windows.

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you could have a ripped wire under the carpet... are you sure its the fuse?

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how can i get to it

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it wass working before and i working on the dook and it jost stop like that

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I am not a mechanic but I had to remove all of my seats in my 1998 Camry to replace the carpet. Unbolting the seats is fairly simple in order to get to the connection under the carpet.

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Remove door panel the pwr seat and windows are on a shared pwr supply

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No no no its under the dash just take off the panel under the steering column 4 /10m screws end 3 x heads if you remove the inner housing if the fuse box (2 / x heads on the top ) you can see it. On the right a pink 30amp body fuse ... Now after replacing it test all your power windows to see which one is the slowest . Now replace that motor or just unplug it...

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