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My back light does not turn on automatically at night

I have a 2000 Toyota Solara- 4 Cylinder
I have 3 lights at the back- brake light, blinker and the light for reverse.
All the lights turn on individually.
But at night when I turn on my car, the back light which is supposed to turn on automatically does not turn on.
Is there a sensor that turns on the back light at night automatically?
Or could it be a wiring issue?
Thank you,
Manas

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Most likely a wiring issue. Possibly a wire touching bare metal.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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