Question about 1988 Toyota Camry
I have a 1988 toyota camry and the rear lights have stopped working. the brakes lights and reverse lights work fine, but not the regular back lights. I've checked the fuses and the bulbs, neither of which seem to be the problem. Any ideas?
Look at the wiring harness that runs along the hinge on the trunk lid, driver side. Camrys with lights on the trunk lid are know to break one of these wires.
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There is a brake light switch located at the brake pedal (under dash) See figure
1. Remove brake pedal tension spring. 2. Disconnect switch wire connector. 3. Remove switch mounting nut, then slide switch from
mounting bracket. 4. Reverse procedure to install.
1. Remove brake pedal tension spring.
2. Disconnect switch wire connector.
3. Remove switch mounting nut, then slide switch from
4. Reverse procedure to install.
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