2003 camry XLE no Start Ignition headlights and ecu fuses are showing no power

Asked by Aug 24, 2016 at 05:13 PM about the 2003 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2003 Toyota Camry Xle HEadlights work  only lghts on dash are the chekc
engine light and door ajar light. Battery Alternator Fuel Pump and Sparks are
brand new. Had someone check the electrical and found the Fuses forthe
HEadlights, Ignition and Ecu were not getting power no Fuses were blown
just no power to them please can someone help me figure this out its my
only vehicle to get to work

7 Answers

1,930

Try Checking the 100/120 amp Alt(Alternator fuse). Should be at the under hood Junction fuse box. Look under the cover for FUSE/RELAY ID.

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all fuses except ignition ecu and headlights are showing power was told by TOyota the headlight fuses will only show power when they are on also the ecu fuses is good they said because the check engine light is on. so im looking at the only one left is the ignition fuses showing no power to the fuses. again battery alternator sparks and fuel pump are new. car was working fine on saturday until 10pm when it would no longer start. No odometer radio or clock in car working . only headlights door ajar and check engine light. car has 3/4 tank of gas

1,930

Without a wiring diagram for this vehicle I can only guess as to why you do not have power getting to Ignition and ECU fuses. I seem to recall power to these fuses must go through the Alt. Fuse. Suggest you find that fuse and see if it has power going IN and OUT of that fuse. Then we can go from there.

1,930

What Engine is in this vehicle?

1,240

Can some one scan the Computers for Codes?

1,240

What sort of maintenance or repair was done to this vehicle before this problem surfaced. Something or someone must have caused this issue? What's the story?

1,930

dragon...ever find a fix for this vehicle?

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