Question about 2007 Toyota Avalon
Every thing else on fuse works. I replaced both bulbs but still no luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 license plate bulbs
its real simple look at the license plates then look up you will see 2 screw per lamp / unscrew them and slide remove its a 194 bulb so get some ready then replace and put back / Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Hi, i recommend testing the switch and flasher module. i will post the testing procedures for both devices. replace the device that is faulty.
To test turn signal switches, use a 12-volt test light to probe for voltage into and out of the switch. The ignition switch must be in the RUN position for the circuit to operate. If voltage is present on the input side of the switch but not on the output side, the switch is faulty.
FLASHER TEST PROCEDURE---
If the turn signals operate properly in one direction but do not flash in the other, the problem is not in the flasher unit. A burned-out lamp filament will not cause enough current to flow to heat the bimetallic strip sufficiently to cause it to open. Thus the lights do not flash. Locate the faulty bulb and replace it.
Posted on May 19, 2009
It could be the relay, which is a yellow box located under the carpeting in the trunk on the left side. It is a problem common to your model. Also, check the brake switch's (behind the brake pedal) functionality (12V present with key at ACC or ON and continuity between wires when button engaged).
i hope this helps
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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SOURCE: brake lights not working,
Assuming the wiring to the brake lights is serviceable, you will find that the brake light switch, which is activated by the brake pedal for the brake lights, will have failed and will need to be replaced.
Just ensure you first replace the fuse and both brake light bulbs as an initial step and then re-check to ensure you still have no lights.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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