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Replaced a tail light and now vehicle not registering brakes are being pressed.

I replaced the tail light on my 2005 Sienna and now when you hit the brakes none of the light work and the car will not go into gear, Im assuming its a sensor somewhere that is not registering the brakes being pressed.

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Some times on these the brain tells there was a fault now you have changed the bulb the brain still thinks the fault is still there you can disconect the battery for 10 mins then put the battery back on and hopfully the brain should have reset hope this helps

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If you are talking about the High Brake Light at the top of the tailgate:

1.) Take out the two Phillips head screws in the lens.
2.) Carefully pry the lens straight back . The gasket sticks to the paint so be careful not to rip the foam gasket.
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It sounds harder than it really is once you take a look at it. If you have a manual, it will tell you and show you how to get the rear tail lights off easily without breaking any of the plastic connectors. Hope this helps.

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