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Have a 2004 Tundra, double cab. Blew a 15 A fuse for no apparent reason. All gauges and meters gone, signal lights, and cruise control. Lights for the instrument panel work okay. Replaced fuse, everything A-ok, until I shifted out of park, then boom, blown fuse. And again, and again. Heard that there were problems with Highlanders and some Tundras with the temp control wire harness and shifting out of park causing a particular fuse to blow, but my a/c and heat work fine. Other than start slowly and trace each particular wire path, does anyone have a suggestion?
 

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Start it, leave it in neutral and replace the fuse. Put it in drive, if it isn't blown by then you can look at the back up lights.
 

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I would first pull off the bottom cover of the steering wheel and look for a bare wire. Look at where the wires come out of the shifter.
 
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