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The trunk using the key or using the inside trunk release -- located next to the driver's seat. Inspect the left edge of the trunk wall to find the trunk light lens.
Check the switch (located on the trunk lid) that contacts the pull-down mechanism for power. If there is no power, the wiring is "open" between the body and the trunk lid. Look for the problem in the wiring and repair the wires. If there is power, the switch is bad. Autel MaxiDAS DS708 Multi language Diagnostic tool
i had this same problem. there is a little box (i believe yellow or black)that is inside the trunk.when you open your trunk,pull out the cover on the left side of your trunk.there by the quarter panel and towards the rear shock you will see the little box with a plug attched to it.take it out and open it up.look at the little circuitboard that is in it and if it looks burned,then that is what needs to be replaced.if you already changed the brake switch and the fuse then i am 90% sure that is your problem with the brake lights.i fixed mines and countless other camrys by replacing this box. hope this info helps.take care and good luck, manny
The dome light problem is likely that the crappy switches that get pushed in when the door closes don't make contact when opened. You can find them at the lower right corner of the door sill. (Driver's side door. Same relative position on the other doors.) Take a phillips screwdriver and remove them, AFTER removing the correct fuse. Spray the inside of the switches with contact cleaner. Grab the black nub of the switch and twist it while holding the switch body still.
The trunk has a weird setup. the switch contact is where the trunk latch is. When the trunk is closed, the simple spring switch is held open so the light turns off. When trunk is open, the switch closes and the bulb lights. Hope this helps.
Yes, it has a fuse but I do not have a diagram unfortunately. Or it could be your indicator switch on the inside driver's side of the trunk. The remote will not work if the trunk is already open OR if the switch is bad/not contacting the stopper (at the base of the trunk) and falsley telling the PCM that the trunk is ajar. But if this were the problem, your should be getting a warning that your "trunk is ajar" from the onboard warning display on the guage cluster. The switch is cheesy...had to replace mine.