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So I'm missing the ABS No.4 (5A), Head LH UPR (10A), Head RH UPR (10A). I think my high beams work ok and ditto with the ABS. Previous owner did tell me that ABS light was on all the time but fixed for free by a friend....:whistle: 馃え

Just wondering what I'm missing out on and if the free fix was, well, what's that saying about free stuff? :ROFLMAO: Thanks fellas.(y)
 

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It鈥檚 normal for the fuseblocks to have positions that are unpopulated. Toyota often uses the same parts on cars that don鈥檛 have certain features.
 

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Thanks fellas. @Bigplanz I will once I get a chance, been slave to the grind lately. I've been meaning to post this for 2 weeks now :LOL: @BMR I'm thinking you may be right with the Head LH/RH UPR fuses. But I have a feeling the ABS No.4 was pulled to get the ABS light to turn off, hence "fixing the ABS problem" :ROFLMAO:

If anyone can check their 2000 Avalon XLS and see if these 3 are populated in their fuse boxes I'd appreciate it, thanks (y)
 

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My 2000 XLS has the 5 amp ABS fuse, but not the other two. Those two headlight fuses must not be applicable to my year and model since my headlights work fine.
 

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Another thing you could check... Are the empty fuse locations wired? Can you see metal contacts in those slots? Oftentimes, they鈥檙e not, when it鈥檚 intentionally unpopulated by Toyota.
 

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My 2000 XLS has the 5 amp ABS fuse, but not the other two.
@Bigplanz I'm a bit confused, your picture shows you are missing the same exact 3 fuses that I am. Did you mistake the 7.5 amp DRL fuse for the ABS fuse right next to it? 馃

@BMR I did manage to determine that Head LH/RH UPR 10A do not have any circuit connected to them in Avalons from 2000 to 2002. ABS No.4 does though and forms some part of the vehicle skid control system.(y)
 

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Oops! You're right. I saw 5. The 7 is not clear. Well, interesting! I don't have any of them either.
 

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Alright @Bigplanz which one of us is gonna be the guinea pig and put a 5A fuse in there 馃ぃ馃槀馃お
 

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I put a 5 amp fuse in the slot and it was loose. There are no metal contacts in that slot. So, that fuse isn't used on the 2000 Avalon, apparently. I turned the key in the ignition, and the ABS light comes on for a second then goes off, so the ABS is active.
 
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