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4th Generation Celica GEN IV missing AC fuses

Hello Everyone, i would like to know what i am missing here, this is my AC Box in my 88' Celica GEN IV, if possible send me pics, here's the example!!
(PS: The car's a 1.6 gti)


Any help would be appreciated, there's nothing in the manuals that i know of, at least!
Thank you
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Without your VIN or chassis code I can only guess the exact model.

http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/...relay-computer

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Looks like your fuses are OK (except for missing spares).
Missing some relays.

AC-related components such as fuse, AC relay, AC amplifier, etc. are typically located on interior fusebox and under centre console.
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what kind of relays am i missing? my ac is not working ..i will get the chassis number asap
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AC not working can be any number of things:

- under/overfilled Freon
- leaking AC lines
- clogged evaporator or condenser
- bad pressure-switch
- bad AC clutch
- bad fan circuits
- broken wiring or connectors somewhere in AC circuits
- AC fuses
- AC relay
- AC amplifier
- AC dash switch
- etc.

Follow AC-troubleshooting procedure in FSM. Will be fastest and cheapest path as you measure each component (voltages, resistances, pressures, etc.) to quickly identify problem area and only replace specific parts that are out of spec. Rather than replacing entire AC system randomly until it finally works.
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Thank you mate...but i just want to know which relays am i missing.. which is the AC FAN 2, AC FAN 3, AC RELAY...and i cannot find a pic online, nor can i find them on ebay...
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