what cause the ac compressor, power windows and lights to stop working for 1994 toyota camry v6

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Asked by Oct 02, 2014 at 02:02 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If everything went at the same time I would start by checking all fuses and relays. What have you checked so far?

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checked relays are good, alternator tested good, and need to know location of fusible link and circuit breaker. thks

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Here is a piece of info on the fusible link you may be looking for. I believe your "circuit breaker" are what your fuses do. This article was for a '95 camry. Hopefully your fusible link is in the same place. Here it is: I've run into several of the situations that you've described. There's an easy fix and a hard fix. The unfortunate thing is that you don't get to choose which one you get to use. With that said, start at the passenger side kickplate. remove it and then with your head down there, look up. There will be one more of those 1 by 1 grey or black boxes, they call them type C fuses but they are relays in reality, this is not what you are looking for. What you are looking for is burried right next to it and is a 40 amp fusible link. It is about 3/8 of an inch square (visible)and about 1.25 inches deep(not visible until you pull it out), should be green in color with a clear cap on it. The owner's Manual calls it the fuse for the Heating/ Cooling System but the power windows/ locks also run through it I guess it must be the old 4 and 60 air-conditioner of yesteryear. Pull it out and check the continuity through it with an ohm meter and if bad, replace it. You can check voltage at the switch on the terminals at one end, usually a white wire with a black stripe and a blue wire with no stripe. voltage should be 12-14.5 volts. If no voltage or if this doesn"t fix the problem ,you get to go the hard way

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The problem was the 10 amp fuse located on driver side labled "gauges". Make sure you test the fuse with a meter to determine if it is good/bad because in my case it looked good. Hope this helps, good luck.

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