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How can I replace a courtesy lamp switch on 2006 toyota solara

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If it looks like this ( ! ) I believe it is the tire pressure symbol, check your owners manual for confirmation.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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SOURCE: How to replace a starter on a toyota solara v6

You take out the battery, and the air-filter housing to give extra working space.
Then push in the starter motor to its place, and hand-tighten all its bolts.
Wrench tighten the starter bolts to the engine 38.ft-lb
Connect the solenoid wire, and tighten to 10.ft-lb
Connect the battery positive cable, and tighten to13.ft-lb.
Replace the air-filter housing.
Replace the battery, and terminals.
Crank-up the car.

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The back seat interior overhead lights of my 2006 Buick Lucerne have begun to stay lit when I'm driving. Pushing on light does not turn it off. How to turn them off manually?


If the rear light on the other side goes on and off by pushing on the light then i would say the switch in the one that stays lit it either stuck or broken and may need to be replaced. i think you could stop by a body shop and they would be able to do it for less money that a Buick dealer would.

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I have a 2007 Buick Lucerne and the front reading lamps won't turn off.


Overhead Console Lamp and Roof Rail Courtesy/Reading Lamps
The courtesy/reading lamp is a duel purpose lamp that can be illuminated two different ways. First, the lamp can be turned ON during courtesy lamp operation as described above. Second, the lamps can be turned ON individually for reading lamp operation by the lamp switch. The BCM supplies battery voltage from the INT LAMPS fuse through the inadvertent power courtesy lamps circuit to the courtesy/reading lamps for reading lamp operation only. Ground for the courtesy lamp module or the roof/rail reading lamps is provided at G402

Courtesy Lamps
When either one of the front doors is opened, ground is applied through the door latch door open switch and the door open switch signal circuit to the door module indicting the door open position. In response to this signal, the door module sends a GMLAN serial data message to the BCM of the door open position. Or, when either one of the rear doors is opened, ground is applied through the door latch door open switch and the rear door open switch signal circuit to the BCM is indicating the rear door open position. Once a door open message or signal received, the BCM will then apply battery voltage from the CTSY/RF TRN fuse through the courtesy lamp supply voltage circuits illuminating the lamps listed below:
• Overhead console lamp
• Roof rail courtesy lamps
• Footwell courtesy lamps The BCM receives battery voltage from the INT LAMPS fuse in order to supply power to the inadvertent courtesy lamps. Inadvertent power courtesy lamp feature provides a similar function for the interior lamps as a retained accessory power feature. The BCM will energize the courtesy lamps supply voltage circuit when the BCM is in the active state (awake). When the inadvertent power courtesy lamps supply voltage circuit is energized, it supplies voltage to all the interior lights listed below. The BCM will continue to supply voltage to the interior lamps after the ignition is turned OFF so that the interior lamps may be operated.
• Overhead Console Reading Lamps
• Roof Rail Reading Lamps
• Vanity Mirror Lamps
• I/P Compartment Lamp
• Rear Compartment Courtesy Lamp
In the event that any of these lamps were to remain illuminated for a period of more than 20 minutes with the ignition switch in the OFF position and no BCM input activity, the BCM will deactivate the inadvertent power supply voltage circuit to prevent a total battery discharge condition. The BCM receives battery voltage from the CTSY/RF TRN fuse in order to supply power to the courtesy lamps. The BCM applies this voltage to the courtesy lamps through the courtesy lamp supply voltage circuits. When any door is opened, the door open switch contacts close and the BCM receives a door-open signal. If the BCM receives a door lock or unlock signal, the BCM will activate the courtesy lamp supply voltage circuit, providing battery voltage to the dome lamps and the left and right footwell courtesy lamps. The courtesy lamps can be manually activated by placing the interior lamp switch in the DOME position. For more detailed information concerning courtesy lamp operation refer to Interior Lighting Systems Description and Operation.

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How do I replace fuse for headlight on 2006 Toyota solara


Why is the question

Do you have a blown fuse?

Replacing a blown fuse is not
a fix for anything,they blow for a
reason

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My 2006 Toyota Solara convertible radio volume goes in and out, what can I do


Sit in back seat passenger side. Remove panel which is on top which is below rear window, same panel where seat belt goes into panel at top. You will need to remove #2 Phillips screws which hold panel in place. Screws are hiding behind seat belt front cover where belt goes down in panel, under cup holder which allows arm rest cover to lift off and one more right on left side of head rest in corner. Remove panel. You will see switch which is in vertical position. If for any reason you want to by-pass switch, just unplug switch. Radio will still work in standard mode. The amp sound will not increase in performance when top is down and sound will not be as sharp.

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2006 toyota solara code p0325


ON ENGINE BLOCK BELOW THE HEAD & EXHAUST MANIFOLD ON SOME VEHICLES.

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How do i replace a 2006 A6 rear light. I crashed into a wall in the ice and it broke the plastic. I have a full replacement unit.


Rear iignts in rear na, removing and instaiiing

Fig. 325: Rear Lights In Rear Lid, Removing And Installing

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Removing

CAUTiON: • Switch off all electrical components.

. . Switch ignition off and remove ignition key.

o Turn light switch into "0" position.

o Open cap - 1 - for warning triangle.

o Rotate quick-release screw - 2 - counter-clockwise 90 C and remove cover - 3 - from luggage compartment lining - direction of arrow -

Fig. 326: Removing Bulb Socket From Housing, Pressing Catch Bracket Downward

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o Disconnect electrical harness connector

o Remove bulb socket - 1 - from housing, press catch bracket - 2 - downward - arrow - to do so

Fig. 327: Identifying Nuts, Clamping Bracket, Inner Tail Lamp, And Clamp Mounting

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o Unscrew nut - 2 - and remove clamping bracket - 1 -

o Remove nut - 4 - and remove inner tail lamp - 3 - toward outside

o Remove clamp mounting - 5 - from body cut-out

Fig. 328: Identifying Clamp Mounting, Nuts, Inner Tail Lamp, And Tabs

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Installing

Installation is the reverse of removal, noting the following:

NOTE: • Make sure seal between body and tail lamp housing seals properly.

. Attach clamp mounting -2 - at inner tail lamp and screw on nut -3 - loosely.

. Attach inner tail lamp -4 - at body cut-out and make sure grip tabs - arrows - of clamp mounting rest against body cut-out

. Slide clamp mounting - 1 - onto threaded pin of inner tail lamp and tighten nuts - 3 - and -5 -.

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Beam lights out on 2000 toyota solara


check for voltage at the lamps themselves. If no voltage is present, check headlamp relay,.Rarely it could also be the multi-function switch, but don't go there first! Also, did you try a new bulb?(s)

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nono... go in through the engine. Pop the hood and you can do it without detaching anything but the old fog lamp.

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