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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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.

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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

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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

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Are you getting your hweadlights o

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

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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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