The horn should have two wires going to it. One wire is supposed to be hot (battery voltage 12v). The second wire is open but gets grounded when the horn button is depressed, thus completing the electrical circuit and making the horn toot.
So, the first check is: are you getting 12v on one of the two wires?
the second check is: when a helper presses the horn button do you get ground to the second of the two wires?
The third check is: if you ground the second wire at the horn does it toot?
If the first check does not produce 12v, then the fuse is blown or the wire from the fuse to the horn is defective.
If the second check does not ground the wire, then the wire to horn button is defective or the horn button itself is defective.
If the third check does not toot the horn, replace the horn itself.
The fuses in a Toyota Corolla 2000 are for various components of the car. For instance, the fuses power the windshield wipers, the radio, the power windows, and the power seats.
No fuses are fuses no difference.Take one of yours out and check for size of fuse with unnamed ones from your local auto shop..
check the fuses for the head lights check the fuses for the head lights
Check the owners manual. I believe both fuse boxes have spare fuses. Yes there are spares. My 2006 Corolla, same generation car has them
The best way to troubleshoot why the taillights are not working on a 1999 Toyota Corolla is to first check all of the bulbs to see if one is burned out. Then check the fuses to see if there is a blown fuse. If the problem is still not found, a code reader in the ECU (computer) might show a code that will help find the problem.
The fuses in a 1991 Toyota Corolla are situated at two different spots, depending on the kind of fuse. Some are inside the car under the dash. There are other for engine components and these are located in a black box next to the wiper tubes.
It should be under the hood in one of the boxes w/ all the fuses....
I would check that the switch works. It could be worn out or broken. If it does work, then follow the wires and see if there is a problem with them.
check the fuses and then check the flasher relays
the flasher fuse is in the fuse block look in your owners manual under fuses
Scrap the car and buy a new one.
In a 1993 Corolla the fuses for the taillights are up under the dashboard. Left of the steering wheel. Behind the fold down coin holder, and a REAL pain to get to. One of the very few things I don't like about my Corolla, accessibility of that fuse box
Check the bulbs first, I've seen where both burn out and you can be lead to believe you have an electrical problem.
Remove the "For Storage Only" caompartment on the left hand side of the steering wheel and you will see the fuses there. The compartment has a guide for the fuses printed on the back of it.
I would check the fuses. if all fuses look okay then check the wiring. if the wiring looks fine i would recommend taking it to a shop.
It could be either an ATM15 or ATM30 (or both, if the vehicle has two fuses that control the radio/audio).
It could be caused by a bad ground or severed wire somewhere.
For my Toyota corola from 2002 the fuses for the clock and radio are located in back off the storage compartment door(storrage only) in the left side off the driver.....You pull out the door and you will see the panel with some fuses..
The fuse box of a 2006 Toyota Corolla is located in the right side of the engine compartment. There is also a fuse box located under the dash board driver's side which fuses for tail light, stop light, wipers, and cigarette lighter are attached into it.
its likely to be a fuse problem. the fuses can be found underneath the steering column usually
I just removed a ALT 100A fuse in my buddy's Toyota Corolla from 93'. I had to disasemble the hole fusebox in the engineroom, to take the fuses out from beneath it. They are boltet on, (search google: "ALT 100A" first article). Hope this was helpfull. Rasmus DK.
Windshield wipers, 20A means 20 amp fuse. 20amp fuses are yellow in color
sounds like a grounding problem to me, find an electrical diagnostic and follow it with a multimeter to make sure, otherwise you might have to replace the entire harness
The fuse box for Toyota corolla 1993-97 models is located under the hood just behind the battery (on the driver side). Should be fairly easy to locate 2 black plastic enclosures with components listed on the top of the box. Just pop open the lid of the box to have access to the fuses. Hint: There is plastic fuse plucker attached on the inside of the lid to help remove fuses. There is also a fuse panel in the driver's side and passenger side kicker panels if those were the fuses you were needing to locate.(At least on the '97 Corolla.) If you have the Owner's manual for the vehicle, it will tell you as well as show you where the fuses are located.