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I own a toyota mr2 mark 2 my pop up lights seem to be stuck in the up position. is this due to a blown fuse or something more serious?

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The motors could be shot. See if you can manually turn the screw mechanism that moves the lights up and down (it's easy to get to at the back of the motor). If you can move the lights up and down manually with ease, I would bet the motor is bad. Check fuses and the voltage going to the motor first, of course, but it's probably the motor. Unfortunately they are expensive to replace.

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