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Lower brake lights on 92 camry wont work

The lower brake lights on my 92 camry have stopped working. the high mount brake light still works normally and the tail lights work. i have checked fuses replaced bulbs and even replaced both tail light assys wiring and all but still no lower lights. any ideas??

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  • timmyho24 Feb 12, 2009

    i read that the brake light failure sensor can cause problems so i gave it a try. i replaced my 92 camry's sensor relay with one from a 94 camry and it solved the problem. a very easy fix and the part cost $4.50 at a you pull it place dont know about new. thanx

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Look at the wiring harness from the trunk lid to the main rear harness. I will bet you that you have broken wires.



    Please get back to me after you unravel the tape and find the broken wires for more info

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YOU MAY NEED A LIGHT FAILURE SENSOR WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE TRUNK ON THE DRIVERS SIDE

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1992 Camery Rear light come on the dash and all your light working ok, to solved this problem go to your breaks fail yellow sensor box in your trunk it is located near the gas tank filler. then remove it before you do the fix find the YELLOW WIRE WITH THE GREEN STRIP # 4 wire this wire will take the signal to your dash what i did cut this will solved your problem no more rear light display on your dash it work ok no problem good luck

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