My Camry 2010 didn't start this morning and I found out that the fuse EFI MAIN 25A was fried. I changed and fried again. Anyone can tell me what should I be looking into to sort this out?

Asked by Jan 17, 2017 at 05:19 PM about the 2010 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

73,775

Looking for a short. Check the wires running to the fuel injectors. There has to be a fraid power wire somewhere.

2,020

If you do not have a Digital Volt meter,....buy a bunch of 25a fuses. If your vehicle has a 15A EFI No.2 fuse...pull it and leave it out and reinstall a good 25A EFI MAIN fuse. Do the same with the 10a EFI No.3 fuse. If the 25a EFI Main keeps blowing.....with both #2 and #3 fuses OUT.....you may have a bad Fuse/Relay Block circuit board. Get back to us with results.

2,020

Ana...did you ever resolve the problem with this vehicle?

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