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1988 camry rear lights.

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?

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  • Anonymous Oct 04, 2008

    same problem as above, rear lights don,t work. rear directional and brake light do work.

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    suddenly our 2000 Camry blinkers stopped working - both of them. How to check the fuse?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Checked fuses and bulbs. any other ideas

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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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