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I have a Toyota Celica and I just replaced my clutch and now when I start up the power inside doesn't work. The overhead light turns on but my windows, radio, air, etc don't work. The fuses seem fine. Any advice?

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Brandy Schaffels, Editor at AskPatty.com, Inc.

Hi MIke,

This question is a little out of my wheelhouse, so we've sent your request to some of our other expert advisors.

When a large group of things stop functioning, it's usually a faulty fuse, but if you've already checked the fuses, your next step should be to follow the circuit from one of the items that doesn't work back towards the battery, to see where it is losing power. It's possible that a wire got knocked loose during your clutch repair, and sometimes the source can be hard to find.

If you can't find the problem, it might be time for you to take your Toyota Celica to a technician to help identify the problem. 


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