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That's very odd, because the wiring for all of the side markers are just splices from the nearest park lamp wires- the rear tail light in the rear (and the license plate lamps are also splices from these tail lights), and in the front side markers, they are splices from the nearest park lamps. Do all the other park lights work and turn on with the park light switch on? I would examine the 2 wires from that side marker's socket to the wiring harness it goes into-the power wire would somewhere splice into the passenger tail light wire. The other wire would be a ground wire and also splices into a ground wire for the rear end. To be on, the marker lamp would have to be getting power from some live source. I can't imagine where. Does the rear passenger light work correctly?
In that harness to the rear where the park lamps run, there might be a live wire going to an electrical trunk latch switch, or maybe a trunk lamp. If the wires were frayed right beside the side marker wire, you could have some cross feeding of power between the two. Let me know, we always appreciate feedback.
usually when the headlights goes off so does the tail lights thats mean the brake light switch but the side markers are staying on too. it can't be the fuse since they still light. the only thing that breaks the currant is the switch. it sounds like there,s a problem with the headlight switch. the headlight switch operates the side markers and the tail lights along with the head lights. Hope this can helper .
Turn off the engine to the Camry and pop the trunk. Never attempt any kind of repair--even a simple task like this one--while the car is running.
Look for the access panel on the side of the trunk that leads
to the tail light. You should be able to snap it open with your hands.
If it proves stubborn, carefully pry it open with a screwdriver. Note
the presence of two separate tail light holders in the space beyond: the
top one for the turn signal light and the bottom one for the stop/tail
and rear side marker lights. Determine which light needs replacing
before you proceed.
Turn the light holder containing the burnt-out tail light
toward the back of the car (clockwise for the right-hand side, and
counterclockwise for the left-hand side) and pull outward. It should
come free of the surrounding frame.
Press down on the holder's lock release to detach the old
bulb. Then fit the new bulb in its place. Make sure the lock has snapped
shut and the new bulb is secure in its housing before continuing.
Slide the holder back into position and turn it in the
reverse direction in which you attached it (counterclockwise for the
right-hand side and clockwise for the left-hand side) to snap it in
place. It should remain there without further adjustments.
Snap the plastic covering shut and close the trunk, then have
someone stand nearby with a view of the back of the car. Climb into the
driver's seat and turn on the engine, then depress the brakes or
activate the turn signal. Ask the other person if he can see it clearly
to ensure the new light is functioning as it should.
The headlight, brake and turn signal all run out of the turn signal switch. this is what causing you to loose those items. the door is a clip that has broken inside the door that goes to the handle, you will have to take the door panel off to find the rod that is hanging
TEST FRONT RIGHT BLINKER CIRCUIT AND REPLACE THE BULB,,WITH PROPER BULB...A DOUBLE CIRCUIT BULB IN A SINGLE SOCKET WILL DO THAT ALSO A SINGLE SOCKET BULB IN A DOUBLE SOCKET HOLDER....CHECK LEFT SIDE BULB FOR ACURANCY
All the exterior lights run threw the turn signal switch. Except the high mount brake light. If you are talking about brake lights replace the TS switch. Parking lights are a little different. If you have no parking lights front and back, TS switch. If you have front and no back, ground problem. Grounds for the back are usually on the drivers side mounted to the frame.
Most vehicles use a twin wiring system. The idea is if one side fails then you still have some rear light.
Usually there are two fuses, one for each side. Check for power at the feed wire and work backwards towards the switch.
Your indicators use a different wiring system.