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1997 Toyota Camry rear running lights out, blows fuse

Rear running lights not working, fuse is blown, but when you replace the fuse it just blows again. No visible splices in wiring.

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  • Cindy Thoma May 28, 2009

    Opening/closing the trunk was pinching the harness and it had wore through to the bare wires.

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You need to inspect the whole wiring harness for chafing/pinched wires. Something is exposed and shorting out.

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Too huge of a file to attach here, please follow the link pasted below to read the diagram online :

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