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1998 Corolla Driver side brake light is out. I replaced the bulb and it is still out so now I suspect the fuse is blown. Where is the fuse located? Thanks, Leo

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  • bowser99 Jun 18, 2009

    Would the fuses be located behind an unmarked panel located lower left side under the dash and held on by 1 screw?

  • Rommel Balcita May 11, 2010

    try locating the fuses beneath the dashboard driver side!

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Try locating the fuses underneath the dashboard along the driver side.

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