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Old 06-21-2007, 12:34 PM   #1
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86-88 Inside Fuse Diagram

So hard to find, yet so easy. Here is a cover from an 86-88 4Runner/Pickup inside cabin fuse box.

There is a 4th column of fuses closest to the door. Those are "holders" for spares.

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Old 06-21-2007, 04:16 PM   #2
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I'll go ahead and thank you now. I'll certainly find use for it in the future, till then safely stored on my HD. Mine is missing, actually didn't know there was such a thing.

There's also a handy little fuse puller tool that fits in the spot with the spare fuses on mine.

Does someone know what the deal is with the 7.5 amp fuses? I'm kinda suprised that I haven't even gone through the spares that came with the truck, or I wouldn't know they exist either. But, my question is where the heck do you get a 7.5 amp fuse?

Anyone?
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Old 06-24-2007, 07:49 PM   #3
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Radio Shack has 7.5 Amp fuses. They carry fuses as low as .2 amps.

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Old 06-25-2007, 03:13 PM   #4
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Thank you sir. No more excuses to use the 10 amp instead.
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does this apply to turbo models? and which one is the heater fan connected to?
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I would think so, not 100% on it. Your heater fan quit on ya did it? Um, maybe the one that says DEFOG. I dunno, I'll see if I can dig somethin' up of more certainty.

Yeah, so I guess everybody sells 7.5 amp fuses. Ya ever look forever for something to find out it was right in front of your face the whole time? Yep, me too.
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Does anyone still have the fuse box cover picture? I need it! Tx
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I think I saved this from this thread.

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Yeah! Some idiot stole some of my fuses along with my coil. Thanks. Now I know why my wipers didnt work all of a sudden.
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