Engine Check Light

Asked by Oct 01, 2015 at 01:49 PM about the 2002 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Toyota Fielder's engine check light does not come on even when recently
my engine overheated. I don't know why. Can someone tell me how to fix it(if
possible) and where its fuse(s) might be so that I check em out. Thanks.

3 Answers

Page 177 in your owners manual. If yo don't have the manual link to http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/document/om/OM12743U/pdf/01omsour/2002/02coroll/4.pdf

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Page 228 for fuses. The CEL, see page 246 I can not find any fuse that is specifically listed for the CEL lamp. The fuse box is up under the dash, left of steering wheel- behind the little flip-down coin holder --- and is a pain to get to. But it's there. There is another fuse box in the engine bay aka Power distribution Center

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As close as I could find is fuse cavity #25. That is OBDII fuse. I can't find a proper image of the fuse box map.... not allowed to copy and paste from pdf file. But you can see it on Page 246

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