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hi if the indercator light was also a marker light may have damaged the wiring or if the bulb socket is crushed may cause a short remove damaged light check wiring if wires damaged tape them up but no together u will also need 2 replace any blown fuses to restore power good luck
#H11-55W and #9005 replacement bulbs (low- and high-beam bulbs for 2007 and later models)
#9006 and #9005 replacement bulbs (low- and high-beam bulbs for 2002-2006 models).
STEPS TO REPLACE HEAD LIGHT:Shut off the Camry's engine and set the parking brake for added safety. Also, make sure its headlights are switched off.Open the hood using the primary and auxiliary hood release latches.Locate the back of the headlight assembly and determine whether the low- or high-beam bulb needs to be replaced.Turn the headlight bulb socket counterclockwise to remove it from the assembly.Unplug the electrical connector from the back of the bulb. Carefully dispose of the bulb to prevent it from shattering or cracking.
I had this problem with another car, but you may just need to replace the low-beam bulb. If you haven't already done so, check with Toyota. I've changed my Camry headlights a couple of times. I've learned that (for me) it's best to have Toyota perform the diagnostic, then find a reliable independent to perform the work. Good luck!