Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
I have a 1991 camry, and I have replace the bulbs and fuses for my brake light and tail lights. My problem still i have no tail lights or brake lights. When I press the brake the light gauge comes on warning of brake or tail lights problems. I dont know what else it could be. They say I may have to reset the brake button behind the brake pedal but i dont know where that is either.
Also, check to make sure the bulbs you buy have enough of a lil node protruding out .. to make good contact. May want to also, add a lil solder to the bulb housing contact point. Some bulbs, are nearly flat...without a good contact point.
Posted on Feb 14, 2013
Open the trunk and look under the carpet on the driver side and trace the brake wires down for a yellow box about the size of a pack of cigarettes. This is the tail light relay. If you open it you will see the damage. Use a reguar screwdriver. Be careful- the plastic is old and brittle. You can either;
) buy a new one for big buck$
) buy a used one from junkyard ($5~30 ?)
) repair the wires if possible.
If you damage is different than shown then repair that. This is for illustration purposes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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