Having problems with your 1993 Toyota Corolla ?

How remove f link from fuse box in 97 corolla

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-01-2022

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Hi. The fusible links are the big fuses located in the fuse box. The exact location of the fuses depend on the engine and on the version of the car. In 1997 Toyota built series
7 Corolla. At the end of 1997 Series 8 was introduced. in the year 1997 both models with different engines were distributed. There are up to 4 fusible links (big fuses ranging from 30 Amp towing protector to 100 Amps) See here.
Low amps fusible links are also in passenger compartment.
The fusible links are simply fuses and can get replaced using long nose pliers.

Below I have published the fuse diagrams covering Toyota series 7 (1993 to 1997) models.

The fusible links can be purchased here.
The site also includes schematics.

In case the car is a series 8 (late 1997), here service manual for series 8.

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Here a fuse link for Corolla 1997, color may vary depending on amps, the one below is low amp current 30A, 100A is usually blue and 40A green, there may be black fuses with no color code:

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