where is the fuse for heater motor on a 1987 toyota celica gts

Asked by Jun 22, 2015 at 11:08 AM about the 1987 Toyota Celica GT-S Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

air conditioner/heater fuse location

7 Answers

Passenger side kick-panel Fuse #16 (lower right side of fuse box.) See: http://bgbonline.celicatech.com/93tech/FUSES_AN.PDF

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fuse # 16 is on the drive side kick panel according to the schematic you linked me to, on passenger side kick panel there is only fuse #19 which is a 10a fuse is it 19or16

My bad. You are right....If you keep scrolling you will see where I got that. But problem is it's labeled 1990- '93. Having a bit of trouble with that '87. Sorry 'bout that, but have not given up. Please check back, I may be away for a few minutes. But I think I can find it.

there is also the 86 to89 schematic if you scroll down

Sorry mikebobbi. I just can't find it. And not from lack of effort, I promise you that. I pride myself on Toyota questions and on this one, it defeated me. The only way I know for sure is from owners manual, and there are no downloads from Toyota or anybody else going back farther than 1995. There are hard-copies on eBay for $10.

One more suggestion: go here, register (it's free) and ask there. They might know,. Best of Luck, sincerely http://www.celica-gts.com/forums/

can you tell me where the heater/air condition blower motor is? thank you .......Mike

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