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2002 toyota camry breaklights not working

Fuse and blubs are ok

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Check the brake light switch mounted to the brake pedal. You should be able to see it if you look up behind the dash from the floor.
These can go bad which is the next thing i would check after fuses, and bulbs.
Just make sure that its actually moving enough to activate if so you will have to take it off and you should be able to jump the 2 pins on the connector with a piece of wire and the brake lights would come on. If they do its the brake switch that is bad and get another from the auto parts store.

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Brake light switch...under dash at top of brake pedal arm above pivot is a switch you need to replace ....good luck

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