Tim Farah

dash lights not working

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hey guys, i bought my 82’ corolla about 2 weeks ago and just realised my parker’s and dash lights aren’t working. it was all working when i purchased it, just wondering what fuse it would be for that issue

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Hi Tim,

             Your parkers & dash lights are usually on the same circuit, so if it is a blown fuse that is causing the issue, you can easily resolve that, by looking at the layout & identification of the fuses on the fuse box lid, or simply remove each fuse, one at a time, & look through it, to see if it is open circuit.

Cheers Banjo 

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I'm presuming your 82 Corolla is a KE70.   Sedan & Wagon wiring are almost identical.

Here is the circuit for the part of the diagram you are interested in.  There is also a relay (item 130) involved.

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Here is the legend, to identify the bulbs, which are all in parallel.

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Give us a yell, to let us know whether you got it sorted.  According to the wiring diagram, the fuse feeding all these parker & dash lights etc. is a 15A.

One of these, are your best friend, in these situations.

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Cheers Banjo

 

 

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Hi Tim,

             If it turns out not to be a fuse, then it could well be the relay 130.  Not sure where this is located in the KE70, but if it is like the earlier KE30/35/55s, it could well be located behind the kick plate plastic cover, just to the RHS of the drivers right foot/leg.  Rollaclub members on here, with a KE70, might like to confirm, or correct this location.

Cheers Banjo

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