which of the fuse ,

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Asked by Jun 20, 2013 at 03:32 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

yeah David i checked the the fuse box and i have about 4 types of electronic control unit,i have the ECU 1 and ECU 2 ,ALSO I Have the ECU ACC,and lastly i have ECU 7 AA dont know the exact one ,can you please hep me with the particular i should take out ?and fix it back ?

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Raydee I pulled up a 2009 Camry fuse box and I don't see all those....don't get me wrong I believe you, you are at the car and all I have is what images I can get. So pull them all. It won't hurt anything. Just pull them all and go through the procedure, just be absolutely sure to keep track of which one came from which socket and they get put back where they were. And when you say 'fix it back' it's just a fuse now, you are not pulling the actual ECU out, just the fuse. Just push it firmly back in place. And for example in my snooping around I found an ECU that I didn't even know was in this particular place.... click the image

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