Question about 2002 Toyota Corolla
I have a Corolla 2000 backup light problem, there are two lights, one is OK, the driver side is not. Swapped two lights, the driver side still not working. Checked the voltage, it's less than 1v. Wire broken? Or connector problem? Tried to disconnect the backup light assembly from the main connector and not able to do it. Advices would be highly appreciated!
I'd backtrack with test light from socket with low voltage reading. If you probe behind socket, or wire going into socket for power, and it shows bright, you've isolated problem area.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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