Question about 2000 Toyota Camry
I've changed the switch twice ($287 for one) but still gets blown. could this be a wiring problem. i changed all the bulbs, ironically they only light when i step on the brakes
The wiring problem is on the left side of the trunk lid. Follow the wires down the left side arm, and remove all of the tape on the witing harness. There you will find brioken/shorted wires. Thisis a very common problem. Just reconnect and insulate the bare wires, and you will be OK.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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