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Old 09-22-2008, 05:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EFI Fuse Keeps Blowing.

First off, Greetings and a huge thanks to everyone who gave some of their time to check out my thread.

Had my car jumped and during the attempt to starting her up my windshield wipers freaked out and I heard a pop and saw smoke come directly from inside of my dashboard right behind where the cd deck sits. Ever since, I can't turn the cars ignition on without blowing a EFI fuse.

This is the 12th forum site I have posted this issue on. I get no replies, I don't know if I am explaining things good enough or if the problem is just too hard to explain. This car is a 1986 Toyota Camry LE.

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First off, Greetings and a huge thanks to everyone who gave some of their time to check out my thread.

Had my car jumped and during the attempt to starting her up my windshield wipers freaked out and I heard a pop and saw smoke come directly from inside of my dashboard right behind where the cd deck sits. Ever since, I can't turn the cars ignition on without blowing a EFI fuse.

This is the 12th forum site I have posted this issue on. I get no replies, I don't know if I am explaining things good enough or if the problem is just too hard to explain. This car is a 1986 Toyota Camry LE.

Thank you Suzuki-Forums!
This is a Suzuki forum....we don't know Toyota, lol.

The only experience I have with Toyota's is telling my friend her car wouldn't start back up. That was because I was holding the rod cap in my hand pointing to a hole in her block. Beyond that, clueless.

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Blah Alright than. Thanks ways. I've put enough time into trying to figure out wtf is wrong with this car. A simple electronic issue is gonna be her cause of death.
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Blah Alright than. Thanks ways. I've put enough time into trying to figure out wtf is wrong with this car. A simple electronic issue is gonna be her cause of death.
Sorry can't be more help.

Check all your relays and fuses, under the hood, in the fuse panel, and behind the dash(should be accessible under the driver's side). If that doesn't provide any idea or solve the problem, rip the dash out and find the source of the smoke. Shouldn't take more than a Saturday afternoon, or two at most for even the most inexperienced people.
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First off, Greetings and a huge thanks to everyone who gave some of their time to check out my thread.

Had my car jumped and during the attempt to starting her up my windshield wipers freaked out and I heard a pop and saw smoke come directly from inside of my dashboard right behind where the cd deck sits. Ever since, I can't turn the cars ignition on without blowing a EFI fuse.

This is the 12th forum site I have posted this issue on. I get no replies, I don't know if I am explaining things good enough or if the problem is just too hard to explain. This car is a 1986 Toyota Camry LE.

Thank you Suzuki-Forums!
It sounds like you had a bad earth and the current has found its way through some other path. I suspect that you have burnt out some wiring which is causing a short. I would start by looking behind the dashboard to find out what went up in smoke.
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