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Where are the fuses for the radio and interior light on a Toyota Rav 4?

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2007-06-20 22:38:14
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Open the hood, the fuse box is located on the right hand side. Open it up and look inside the lid for the diadram of which fuses are what. The lid also holds spare fuses. Lou

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