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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check for voltage at the lamps themselves. If no voltage is present, check headlamp relay,.Rarely it could also be the multi-function switch, but don't go there first! Also, did you try a new bulb?(s)
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
that would be your low tire light, check the tire pressures and set them to whatever it says in the drivers door jamb, it will tell you the factory psi settings there. if you had the tires rotated recently that might cause the light to come on untill the tire positions are learned by the cards module. if all else fails a dealer is pretty much the only place that can diagnose tire pressure monitor problems
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Don,t know why this problem happens....but to get the dash working again remove the dash cluster. There are two white plugs in back of the cluster. In the larger of the two which is dead center on top of the cluster, cut the wire which is in pin #2. It will either be a black/white for the convertibles or a black for all others. It will be next to a white/red wire. Just tape off each end then tape up the harness. No connections are made. Don' t know why this works but it does. Problem seems to happen when remote starts are installed.
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
SOURCE: toyota solara 2001, tail light
Everyone is right, there's a short, and the fuse popping is doing a good job of protecting your car from
the car fire that would result if it didn't blow. The good news is that these shorts are almost always
found in the vicinity of the light bulb, so that you can disassemble the tail light assembly to the point where you can change the light bulb, then remove the bulb and re-install it, and see if the problem
persists. Why? sometimes these shorts are caused by solder blobs or a bent metal flange on the
light bulb itself, or something impinging on the wire or crimp connector near the socket (causing a
short from the hot wire to frame ground). Also check for metal/debris in the bottom of the
tail light bulb socket - a short can be caused there too.
If you don't find the problem in the neighborhood of the bulb/socket, then you'll have to break out
your DMM (digital multimeter), and a good electrical diagram of your car's chassis electrical
system, and start tracing the length of the tail light circuit, which travels from the stop light switch
(operated by your brake pedal) to the tail light bulb socket.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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