Question about 1988 Toyota Pickup
I was in a close call situation where i had to turn my wheel very hard, and after words my dash and tail lights are out, just wondering what i did to it lol
The tail light relay is under the plastic panel near the fuse box on the DRIVERS side. Yes I have had this problem. So in desperation I connected a wire from the battery to the lights, my wife continually ripped the wire out so I ran a hot wire to a switch and on to the running lights, turn the switch on and I have tail lights, then I noticed that with the switch off I could turn them on at the light switch. Possibly fumbling around reconnected something. I have tested every relay, fuse, wire for voltage and continuity and had zero results. Then the switch, who knew?
Posted on Aug 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be four bolts holding the drive shaft agt the output end of the transmission. Remove those bolts. There will also be four bolts holding the shaft at the third member of the axle. remove those bolts as well. For safeties sake. block your wheels before you do this.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
-check the dimmer relay under the hood , in the fuse and relay box.
- check the tail light relay located passenger's side behind the glove box
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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