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1996 Corolla Fuse Box

I'm looking for the diagram of the driver's side kick panel fuse box. My cover is missing and so is the owner's manual. Can anyone take a picture of the diagram on the panel access cover or from their owner's manual and post it? I would really appreciate it!!
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Welcome to the forums! Here you go




Here's the engine bay fusebox diagram too, as the writing has a habit of wearing off:



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1996 Corolla Fuse Box Diagram

Thanks Kiwi-Corolla, but, are you sure about these diagrams are for a 96' Corolla? The reason I say this is because the place where there is no fuse on mine is in the place of the #9 fuse on your diagram. Also, there is more stuff above the fuses that look like relays that I don't see in your diagram. Any ideas?
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Thanks Kiwi-Corolla, but, are you sure about these diagrams are for a 96' Corolla? The reason I say this is because the place where there is no fuse on mine is in the place of the #9 fuse on your diagram. Also, there is more stuff above the fuses that look like relays that I don't see in your diagram. Any ideas?
The diagrams covers the entire 7th Gen Corolla range, however they're from my owner's manual which is for the JDM Corollas. I would have thought that the USDM Corollas had the same fusebox layout except with the fusebox on the opposite side of the vehicle due to RHD vs LHD, but perhaps the actual layout is reversed (mirrored) too since you said you have a blank where #9 is on the first diagram.

Have a look at your fuses and see if the amperages are mirrored in comparison to the first fusebox diagram I posted above. If they are, let me know and I'll redo the fuse locations to reflect the USDM market. In the meantime, simply read the diagram in the reverse order . As for the relays above the fusebox, I have a picture in one of my repair manuals that shows what they are, so I'll photocopy it today and post it in this thread


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Here's the location of the interior relays, as pictured in my Gregory's repair manual. They're located on the driver's side above the main fusebox, to the left of the accelerator on LHD models or to the right of the accelerator on RHD models). Please note that this is the RHD layout, so the layout may be reversed on LHD vehicles, although I've never had that problem in the past when posting fusebox diagrams:



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None of the amperages match up. Well maybe 1 or 2 if it is truly mirrored. Either the previous owner really messed things up or the US Corolla is completely wired differently. I'm going to go to a local dealer and see what they know about it.
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US Corolla Fuses

Kiwi-Corolla I finally found the US Corolla fuse diagram. Check out the link if your interested. It matches my set-up perfectly. Thanks for your help.

http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/docum...m/sect8/81.pdf
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Kiwi-Corolla I finally found the US Corolla fuse diagram. Check out the link if your interested. It matches my set-up perfectly. Thanks for your help.

http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/docum...m/sect8/81.pdf
Nice work . That's good to know. The fuse layout is very similar, however a few of them are indeed different. Thanks


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Kiwi-Corolla I finally found the US Corolla fuse diagram. Check out the link if your interested. It matches my set-up perfectly. Thanks for your help.

http://www.toyota.com/t3Portal/docum...m/sect8/81.pdf
PM me your address and I'll see if I still have mine (panel and manual).
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does anyone know where the park light/ cluster gauge light fuse is, i think i blew them up, but they blink when i open/ close the door or actiate/dectie the alarm.. HELP PLEASE
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does anyone know where the park light/ cluster gauge light fuse is, i think i blew them up, but they blink when i open/ close the door or actiate/dectie the alarm.. HELP PLEASE
Are you referring to the instrument panel lights that come on when you switch the headlights on?


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