Question about 2008 Toyota Highlander
2001 toyota highlander. right brake light doesnt work. turning signal does. i looked at bulbs and there are two bulbs for brake light. would they both go out at same time? could it be a fuse issue?
It is likely that the bulb is just out as the left and right brake lights would be on the same circuit. Unless there is a strange wiring issue simply replacing the bulbs should correct your problem.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
The issue with brake or stop lights on Highlanders 2001 thru few years is the poor connection between the grey wiring housing and the point that connects to both the stop lights on that side. I have uploaded few pictures on other sites, but since this site doesn't have that option - else it would be lot easier to understand.
a) Do the routine checks - like stop-light fuse and the bulbs if they are not burned out. If stop lights on the other side work - then fuse is fine, check both the bulbs on the side it is not working.
b) If both the bulbs are not working on that side, most probably it is the connection point.
c) Turn and remove the grey wiring housing unit with the backup bulb, scrape the four connector points and pull them up a little, so that they connect when you put it back and close properly.
See the pictures in other sites - on how to do it.
Note that I am referring the grey wiring housing unit to which the backup-light is attached - while the tail lamps are attached to the beige holders and indicator/hazard lights are attached to the white holder.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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