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No backing lights on sv21 2000cc Camry

Hi, The reversing lights don't work. The fuses are ok, the globes are ok and the switch on the gearbox is ok! Shouldn't one of the wires to the switch be active?

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  • bryanlewis May 17, 2009

    Are there any connectors between the fusebox and the gearbox switch?

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Checked the switch and plug? here's how :)

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