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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-27-2009, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone, hope you can help.

This weekend I went to crank my 2000 Celica GT and when it cranked it showed that there was no gas in it. I had put gas in it the day before, so I knew there was some. I examined the garage floor to ensure that there was no gas that had leaked out of it. There wasn't anything.

So today, I top it off to make sure there is gas and I notice that the power locks aren't working. They aren't working from the console or when you are outside the car and use the key and turn it twice.

I checked the fuses and they aren't blown. I am not sure whether these problems are somehow connected or if they happened to pop up at the same time. I am thinking that the fuel sender unit might be broken... Not sure. However, it did get me to work today.

Let me know what you think.

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I am having the same problem now, can u please tell me what is the solution, please!
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QUOTE (*Frosty* @ Aug 28 2010, 08:32 PM)
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I am having the same problem now, can u please tell me what is the solution, please![/B]
For my car the issue was the body control unit was bad (BCU). The BCU is located inside the car by the passenger left kick panel. I ordered a BCU off a totaled Celica. Took apart the cluster by the stereo and gear changer to access the BCU. It is a simple wire harness or two that plugs into the BCU. I switched them out and poof everything worked. Make sure you unplug the battery when you do that repair.
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Did you replace the whole thing or just the orange fuse?
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You'll have to replace the whole thing. The part number you are looking for is 89221-20020, you should be able to get a good one on ebay for about $80.
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