Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Access behind the bumper the wires lead you right to the light socket. The problem is theses bulb sockets corrode. Replacement sockets have to be purchased and wired in. They can cost $6.99 all the way to $39.99. I purchase two for under $20 at a local auto store. I used a soldering iron and heat shrink tubing with a heat gun to repair mine - they already outlasted the original sockets lifetime. They do sell some kits that pierce the wire avoiding soldering and heat shrink tubing BUT if you live anywhere up North where it snows or down South near the salt air from the beach - the wires will corrode where pierced. My truck just turned 15 years old this year. Springfield, MA
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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