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put a prybar between seat and brake pedal and use a test light on the wire in trunk where bulbs are sometimes bulbs look good but aren't or you got wrong bulb. a test light will verify that and make sure test light lights
Depending on the year. I.e. 89-91 camry, all have a yellow god fuse in the driver side of the trunk space behind liner.it is about 2''*3" cant miss it, being only yellow part. It is usual cause of certain outside lights completly out, have had to change mine 2 times in ten years, junkyard is best at 20$, new is near 200$.
Also, can be as simple as the bulb itself and the housing it sits in. Some bulbs are practically almost flat ... barely having a lil node or bump protruding out to make connection at the contact point. Also, check down in the housing where the bulb makes contact...... I had to add a lil solder.