Check the wiring for the radio using a spark tester. Also check the DOME fuses for the interior light. The spark test will say whether or not the fuse is getting current, if no power check the radio unit.
The 1999 Toyota Avalon radio has two fuses. There is an in-line fuse behind the radio. There is a radio fuse in the fuse box.
It is in the fuse box. Check all of the fuses with a test light.
You say the fuses are fine, i have just had the same problem. is your radio/headunit also not working??? And have you checked the fuses under the bonnet aswell as in the drivers footwell. I just replaced some of my fuses and it worked fine. Make sure your inginttion is off whilst removing/replacing fuses.(unless testing to see if it worked) Hope this helped!
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.
Radio & Interior Lights fuses.
Your 1994 Toyota Camry radio is equipped with two fuses. There will be an in-line fuse behind the radio. There will also be a radio fuse in the fuse box.
Passenger side kick panel fuse #13, 10 amp, same fuse for trunk light, license plate light, interior light(s)
Check your fuses - they are operated separately
Check the fuses.
You should check if there are any torn wires , if so you should repair them
Usually under the Steering wheel there are fuses for the Radio and Dome Light. Check and make sure they aren't blown. The Dome light fuse controls Time/Clock, and sometimes stuff like Door Lock controls, Keyless Entry Systems, Dash Cluster Lights, and maybe even headlight controls.For the Radio there will be Radio No.1 and No.2 fuses check both of these.
It's the Dome fuse (it is also the fuse used to the interior dome light and trunk light). The fuse box is located under the hood on the driver's side.
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 1992 Toyota 4-Runner does not have a separate fuse for the clock. There are, however, two fuses that control the radio and clock. At slots 18 and 19 in the fuse box, there is a mirror/radio fuse and a radio fuse.
check the fuses..
are there fuses for the radio
where is the man radio fuses for 2001 Lexus Gs
Did you check the fuse in back of radio? and you might have more fuses under hood of car that may have blown out. my car has fuses inside and out under the hood also. If all fuses are good then you just smoked your radio.
is it an st or a GT i know that the fuse for the inside light,clock, and radio is in the fuse box next to the car battery
In the passenger footwell center there is a removeable panel that accesses the interior fuses, the panel has the diagram telling which fuse does what.
check the fuses
yes usaly in the same cicuit as the interior lights
Under the dashboard (drivers side) near plastic molding by the door. Pull the plastic cover off and the fuses for the radio and dome/courtesy lights are the blue ones at the bottom. I also had trouble with these devices as well as the power door locks. It wasn't the fuses, it was the fuse box and/or loose connections in the wiring going into it. wiggling the fuse block turned the radio and lights back on!