My toyota camry (1997, LE, 4) tail light fuse keeps broken again.
My toyota camry (1997, LE, 4 cylinders) tail light went off. I checked the tail light bulbs, they are good. I checked the tail light fuse, it was broken, and I replaced the fuse , it broke immediately when I turn the switch on. The fuse is keep broke again and again.
I try to find out where is the short on the wire ? Is ther any part bad? what is the possible reason or tipical reason? what is the step and procedure to fix the problem? how long dose it take to fix the problem? Anyone can help?
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Hi..i just had the same problem..couldnt find the fuse...turns out its a 10 amp (red) located on the lower middle part of the fuse panel that is hidden behind the little drawer near the drivers left knee area
my problem turned out to be exactly as stated above by toyota ed...at first i checked the module but it all looked great inside...so then i traced the wiring along the driver side trunk hinge and found broken wires where the smaller lid harness joins into the larger body one ...
Most of the problems come when its raining and if its not being driven and water still comes in then its the bonnet rubber and if when its being driven then its due to the rear wheel throughing up water under wheelarch and somewhere theres a crack in the weld or somewhere and it will find its way in..
So if not using it clean it out and when rain stops look inside no rain no leak Have a goodday
I had the SAME problem with my 1992 Camry LE...except without the water..First, check the back up lamp fuse (there is more than one circuit on that fuse, not sure which). The water would have likely shorted out the circuit. First check for power at the reverse bulb while the car is in reverse (You can do this with the car off) If there is power, check the ground wire, if it is bad...if you splice the ground wire before the connector and run a new wire to a ground in the trunk, then it should work..thats what was wrong with mine..hope this helps