I have a 1989 toyota camry - I have brake lights head lights no tail lights but my park lights did work now I only have 1 in front and 1 in back, also sometimes when I turn steering wheel my radio changes??? and if i hit the brake padal the radio wil cut in and out (not sure if related) the dummy light on dash board flashes when i hit brakes sometimes. I replaced ALL!! bulbs and fuses
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Re: no tail lights
You most likely have a short somewhere. some vehicles were designed with radio controls on the back of the steering wheel im not sure when they started doing it but thats all i can think of for the radio
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parking, yes, tail ,park.
(the correct name is park toy calls them tail, tell me how a tail lamp works in front of car, this name is from 1920cars , that only had 1 or 2 tail lights. (fun history that, with funny names)
if actually park lamps. 1st click of head light? switch?
there are over 20 park lamps in car, inside and out.
side markeres, front park lamps
all dimmable lamps inside are park too. all dead>?
then the park relay is bad (tail/park) or fuse. blown.
The front park lights work correct? If the front park lights work than there is not a problem with the light switch since the brown wire from the switch supplies power to the front park lights, front side markers, and the rear taillights. There should be twelve volts on the brown wire from the headlight switch with the connector plugged in and the park lights turned on. If this is true that there is a problem with the wiring to the back of the vehicle. A thorough inspection of the harness should reveal the problem.
The dim break and blinkers support the above. High resistance also know as corrosion, in the wires or connections would cause this problem.
Tail lights and brake lights are two seperate things . There are different bulbs for each. When you put your lights on does the front parK lights com on ? Usually the are on the same circuit as the tail lights. Check for fuse first.