Hi my name is John, yesterday I installed a fog light in my 2010 Toyota Corolla, when I finished the car won't start and my odo is blank, fuel gauge don't work. Can anyone help me please .

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Asked by Jan 14, 2016 at 09:15 PM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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John have you checked battery or tried to jump start it?

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Yes the battery is ok how to jump start it ?

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Jumper cables and another car - red to red and black to black. Positive to positive and negative to negative - be 100% sure it is right before hooking up the cables. There are also +/- marks on the battery.

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How do you know the battery is OK if everything is dead?

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It seem like the fuel pump don't get any power at all, I checked all the fuses, and I'm having a hard time to identify the fuel pump relay and its location.

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Everything is not dead,cause when I turn the ignition its turn but won't start.

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Yes I did jump started it, and I did not get anything

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It will be marked EFI under the cover under hood fuse panel.

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This is my problem, the diagram on the cover showing 3 EFI fuses "EFI 1 10A,EFI 210A, and EFI main 20A" but there is no information about the relay. I just see two relay a blue and grey but not sure if they are for fuel pump.

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When I took the relay out they don't seem to be the same that they are selling on eBay or Amazon .

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