Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
All bulbs are new, the front driver-side turn signal works fine but the corner side-marker doesn't work. My back lights work fine even the turn signals. The problem i'm having is the front bottom right turn signal and both-sides side markers won't turn on or blink...
Does your car have the signal light flasher if so find it and replace it also check the fuses maybe both sides are fused separate
Posted on Jan 30, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1987 toyota camry s/w back
Problem solved, Since 3 of the 4 turn signals worked I did not fuse was a problem
but after checking the turn swithch, I pulleded out the fuse which looked ok, but when
I put it back in all the turn signal lights woked! Apparently just one part of the surface
of the fuse was corroded.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Open the hood. Observe the area above the right headlamp, close to the fender. You will see a phillips screw that holds a plastic tab. Remove the phillips screw. After removing the screw, pull the marker lamp assembly towards you. It may be real tight, if it has never been removed before. You need to pull the light assembly out of 2 retention sockets behind the marker lamp. Rotate the bulb socket to get to the bulb, replace the bulb, & slide it back in.Easy job.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Open the hood. Observe the "tab" on the driver side inner fender, above the corner of the headlamp, outer edge. Remove the screw. Pull the lamp assembly straight forward, towards you. If it has never been out, the lamp will be tight. There are 2 locking pins inside the fender that need to be defeated, you just have to grasp the back side of the lamp (closest to the driver door) and pull it straight towards the front of the car, NOT sideways.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
right above your left hand foot if your not a brit in the UK or so.
Some cars have 2 units. Simple short test with a mulimeter will point out which one or both or other problem.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Replace the right rear brake lamp. The bulb possible use two filaments one for brake and tail light. One burnt out filament in one bulb.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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