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1994 toyota 4 runner rear lights

My 4 runner rear lights do not work when the headlights on at night,

1. checked fuses
2. checked wiring
3, changed all bulbs
What else could it be.

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  • Crazy Pete01 Dec 18, 2008

    Also own a '94 4Runner.



    I hooked up my trailer to the wiring harness not knowing that some kids had broken out the trailer lights exposing the broken bulb elements. I wonder if this shorted something. But now my rear lights and dash panel lights do not work. Brake and reverse lights work ok. I've replaced the bulbs. I've looked for a blown fuse but can not find one specifically labeled for "rear lights" or "dash panel". All fuses appear to be ok.

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Your wiring could not have been checked thoroughly. Heres an easy solution. Establish if the earth (-12v) to the bulb holder is stable. If it is then run a new wire from the front park lamps to the rear. That will solve your problem. Remember to cut off the original wire that goes to the rear and insulate it well.

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