Would like to ask where is the location of my toyota corolla 98 model lovelife power window fuse.?

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Asked by Sep 26, 2015 at 08:30 AM about the 1998 Toyota Corolla

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RF kickpanel up under the instrument panel or behind the glove compartment area, for a/c moonroof and windows. resettable circuit breaker? remove and reset with a paperclip?

http://justgivemethedamnmanual.com/toyota/1998-toyota-corolla-owners-manual Fuse cavity #18 left of steering wheel behind flip-down coin-holder

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18. GAUGE 10 A: Gauge and meters, buckāˆ’up lights, air conditioning system, power windows, rear window defoggers

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Danny I have a tremendous amount of respect for you and your answers. On this one I politely disagree

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#18 is the third one down on left. 17 is top, then an unused cavity and 18 is under that

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They changed it on me them lil arigatos, hahaha thats easier access than they were before.

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We had a camry at church and it took me awhile to get the window up. they were circuit breakers like i described. i must have been recalling that, and the corollas i see now, they are pre 92 so six years of cars, but also produced in america rather than the imports I know. Thanks for the update, faster than me looking up the research. I thank you,(bowing from the waist)

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