EFI fuse keeps blowing when turning left on 2006 Camry 4 cylinder

Asked by Feb 03, 2017 at 12:50 AM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Failed once with Lh signal on and once without. Always while turning left. No
other device plugged into cigarette lighter and radio off. Changed fuse but
happened again turning left.
Please advise.

4 Answers

87,415

This is never fun to track down. For a fuse to keep blowing there is a short somewhere. But it is probably in the Electronic Fuel Injection wiring. May have to take it in to be fixed.

4,420

Have you added anything to the gas tank other than gas?

4,420

Another thought. Have you had any problems with wild life....mice....getting into...or...under hood of this vehicle?

Did you find out what's wrong. Having the same problem

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