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Rear tail lights/ speedometer light and lights for temp. control panel not working. Thinking it a fuse but don't know which one to pull. HELP

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  • kandpwood Feb 06, 2010

    camry is 2wd 4 cylinder 4 door sedan

    vin 4t1sv21e4ku009128



    Thanks

  • kandpwood Feb 06, 2010

    Please share......

    kandpwood@northstate.net



    I think i already looked at the #1 fuse and couldn't find anythihng wrong with it I didn't look at the #4. If its not the fuses, is there anything else I should be looking for? Thanks.

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Hello I need to know if Camry is a 2wd or 4wd and also what size motor you have, or 8th digit of vin number to help further

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

  • tim mcgrath Feb 06, 2010

    rear tail lights, fuse #4 15A

    dash lights: fuse #1 7.5A



    i do have a diagram which shows location and what each fuse runs, its in pdf format, if want need email address to send you

  • tim mcgrath Feb 06, 2010

    sounds like have more of a headlight switch problem, if you would like can email diagram to test headlight switch, diagram would be in pdf format

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