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A 91 Camry is still a Camry

Old 02-16-2007, 11:32 AM
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Default A 91 Camry is still a Camry

My Camry is 1991 model and the mileage is about 170,000.
It's quite old but still runs great except some minor problems of automatic seat belts and engine oil leakage.
I love this car because it is my first car and I've traveled a lot of lovely places with it.
Old 02-16-2007, 06:06 PM
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I hav a 91 Camry as well. I 'm having a problem with a fuse compartment that is part of the battery wiring harness ? It is located directly on one of the battery terminal connections ?? anyone familiar with this ? I'm wondering if this type of fuse " Box " is standard on this year Camry or is it someones handy work after purchase ??
Regardless, looks like there is about 3 fuses in this fuse bus....and the middle fuse is missing and appears to have blown/ melted and has been replaced with a piece of ( coat hanger wire ) ??
The actual seat for the fuse has been destroyed....i'm looking for help in replacing the whole assembly.
Any help would be appreciated .
Old 03-05-2007, 05:37 PM
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You can go to the junkyard and pickup that assembly for the fuses. but i have a 91 as well and it's soo pimp i need to get pics soon good choice on ur car
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