1997 toyota camry cluster fuse keeps blowing

Asked by Jun 21, 2016 at 10:36 PM about the 1997 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My fuse keeps blowing for my cluster, I've done
everything that people are saying online.

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First check for a on the hinge of the rear trunk lid. The cluster fuse is on the same circuit as the rear license plate lights.. check them also. The next problem items is the Park/Neutral switch. Check these items out. If you don't locate the problem you need to use a multimeter to do circuit testing. Regards

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Good Advice....Auto_......may I add ....ck. the wiring harness going along the LEFT trunk lid hinge...driver's side. Good luck and get back to us with result.

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Casey....any luck fixing this issue?

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