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Re: window tail light holder has dropped down
If your talking about the molding that is the molding above the license plate you need to take off inside trim there are screw in near the door handle inside tak those out and pop off the panel and then you can bolt those loose bolt back up. Please rate my response thank you very much
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if only one side of brake light is out it's probally the bulb, these are easly changed , by first going to auto parts store and getting new bulb , then using phillips head screwdriver remove four screws that are around permiter of tailight that is out , carefull dont loose these screws you'll need to put them back , gently rock tailight back and forth to break gasket seal and pull light straight out of truck it comes out about 10 inches , this modle has if i remember right three bulbs in taillight it's the center one if i remember right grap the white plastic bulb holder firmly and turn 1/4 turn counterclockwise the bulb holder should come free of tail light , grab bulb with one hand and holder with other and wiggle gently sideto side till bulb pops free of holder , use a clean towel or cloth to hold new bulb and insert it back same direction as previous bulb, wipe all smuges and fingerprints off bulb (this would cause hot spot on bulb and make it fail early) reinsert holder into tail light , I use car wax as gasket renewer on tail light border before i put it back in, but thats optional reinstall all four screws back in , there you are done !!
I've had something like this happen a couple of times.
The cure in both instances (and probably will be in yours) is the 'recalibration' of the window lift system.
It IS in the user handbook, but here is the procedure anyway.
1 Ensure the tail door is closed, the vehicle unlocked and the alarm disarmed. 2 On 3 door models, ensure the roof is on (hard back) or lowered and secured (soft back). 3 With the ignition on, use the console switch, or the vehicle key in the tail door lock, to raise the window until the motor stalls with the window fully closed.
(the holding the switch on until the motor 'stalls' is the key thing - you MUST allow the motor to stall)
4 Switch off the ignition.
If the calibration procedure is unsuccessful, the CCU will sound a warning for approximately 0.8 second and fully lower the window. Tail door window calibration can fail for the following reasons: l Window stops before minimum travel is achieved. l Window does not achieve a stall. l Window request removed before stall is achieved. l Tail door opened while driving window up.
Turn off the engine to the Camry and pop the trunk. Never attempt any kind of repair--even a simple task like this one--while the car is running.
Look for the access panel on the side of the trunk that leads
to the tail light. You should be able to snap it open with your hands.
If it proves stubborn, carefully pry it open with a screwdriver. Note
the presence of two separate tail light holders in the space beyond: the
top one for the turn signal light and the bottom one for the stop/tail
and rear side marker lights. Determine which light needs replacing
before you proceed.
Turn the light holder containing the burnt-out tail light
toward the back of the car (clockwise for the right-hand side, and
counterclockwise for the left-hand side) and pull outward. It should
come free of the surrounding frame.
Press down on the holder's lock release to detach the old
bulb. Then fit the new bulb in its place. Make sure the lock has snapped
shut and the new bulb is secure in its housing before continuing.
Slide the holder back into position and turn it in the
reverse direction in which you attached it (counterclockwise for the
right-hand side and clockwise for the left-hand side) to snap it in
place. It should remain there without further adjustments.
Snap the plastic covering shut and close the trunk, then have
someone stand nearby with a view of the back of the car. Climb into the
driver's seat and turn on the engine, then depress the brakes or
activate the turn signal. Ask the other person if he can see it clearly
to ensure the new light is functioning as it should.
Open the back gate and you will see a couple of philips head screws. Unscrew them and snap the tail light out gently. There a couple of plastic clips that hold the tail light in place. Be careful not to break them (pull the light straight out not up, down, left, or right) Once the tail light cover is removed, separate it from the backing and reflective insert.To change the bulbs just twist counter clock wise and push in. Snap the new bulbs in and repeat the whole process in reverse.
first you have to check power to window motor could be switch or motor and explain me more about blower is work only on high speed or not at all and also tail gate is wont open auto or manualy?let me know
TEST FRONT RIGHT BLINKER CIRCUIT AND REPLACE THE BULB,,WITH PROPER BULB...A DOUBLE CIRCUIT BULB IN A SINGLE SOCKET WILL DO THAT ALSO A SINGLE SOCKET BULB IN A DOUBLE SOCKET HOLDER....CHECK LEFT SIDE BULB FOR ACURANCY
The problem is with the connection from the light bulb holder to the socket that the bulb and holder go into. I believe on my 01 JGC it was the top light that was going out when i applied the brakes with the lights on. If you remove the light bulb holder in the tail light assembly and look at the area that the bulb and holder came from either the metal that makes contact with the holder for the bulb is depressed, or in my case it was cracked. You can use a small flat scewdriver to lift the metal in the tail light assembly, or as i did, i just put some tin foil on top of the metal, then reinstalled the bulb and holder ontop of the tin foil (this makes the elec. connection). seems like a rigged up solution, but made sense to me, and worked!