why wont my 2004 toyota camry start after i replace the ALT fuse under the hood?

Asked by Jul 11, 2014 at 08:16 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replace my ALT 120 amp fuse under the hood and now my car wont start plus it erase
the codes

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69,575

Take positive battery cable loose for five minute,s,then replace,if it doe,s not start,you may need to find out what blew that fuse.

3,445

It might have melted the board fuse under in the box how did this happen what did you do sorry. I wish we could have helped you Always the only dumb questions is the the one you don't ask Where are you now with it Long time help

3,445

It might have melted the board fuse under in the box how did this happen what did you do sorry. I wish we could have helped you Always the only dumb questions is the the one you don't ask Where are you now with it Long time help. Fuse box ass I ment sorry

3,445

Are you getting your hweadlights o

3,445

Or power to starter do you hear fuel pump Are you getting current to the othe fuse box Smaller one in front if it

42,365

If your ALT fuse had been blown for a few days before you discovered it, your battery may be too dead to start the car. Try charging the battery overnight or have someone give you a jump. If car still will not crank over, I would suspect that your started is bad. It's been a few days, you may have figured this all out by now..........

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