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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 Toyota Coaster Bus
When a lamp illuminates and causes a different circuit lamp to illuminate it usually means a bad earth/ground.
Basically the lamp with the defective earth is getting it's earth connection through the other circuit and thus causing that lamp to illuminate.
Your first steps should be to check the stop light lamp holders for cleanliness and good contact and then the nearest earth/ground point for the stop lamps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Usually this will be a 15 amp fuse, and usually blue. This should narrow it down. Pull one out, see if its blown. If you can't tell, put a new one in, and move the old one down to the next blue one. Eventually, you will figure it out. Then I would get an owners manual in english, or buy a dash cover at junkyard, so you will have it for future information. A dealer should be able to print, and give to you a fusebox diagram, then you can glue it to the inside of the fuse box cover. There are also some master fuses under the hood, 30 amp and above.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Capacity doesn't change, The viscosity would . Use 20w 40 The twenty for cold nights and 40 for hot day temps. I would use quaker state brand if you have it.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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