Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
If the dash bulbs and other lights are suddenly going out one after another, you should check your alternator output. It sounds like your voltage regulator is not doing it's job. The bulbs are probably blowing because of overly high voltage. You can probably get this checked for free at your local parts store.
After you've confirmed that you are not having voltage problems, then change your bulbs. (Don't put yourself through that twice.) Working in the dash is time consuming and uncomfortable, but it's not too difficult. Good luck with that.
I can't say that I know where to get your bulbs, but I'd try Pep Boys myself.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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