where is the fuse box located?

Asked by Feb 05, 2007 at 06:05 PM about the 1989 Toyota Celica GT-S Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I wanted to replace a fuse but I can't locate the fuse box. Usually they're in the glove box. Anyway I cant find the manual and I was just wondering where the fuse box is located?

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Actually Kimmie usually the fuses are located on the drivers side, under the steering column to the left. It will be covered by a plastic panel that will be easy to remove.

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The fuse box is under the hood! Look on the drivers's side near the wheel well

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there are prob three locations for fuse boxes in the car one under the hood on the drivers side. and one on the drivers side under the dash behind the kick plate, and the same on the passenger side behind the kick plate i hope this answers your questions.

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NO FUSES INTHERE JUST RELAYS

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LOOKING FOR FUSES FOR FUEL GAUGES OR IS IT A RELAY

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i need to replace the fuses for the blickers- help where is the fuses ??

Salve, sto cercando fusibili per per i fari anteriori, grazie in anticipo per aiuto

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