Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
If you cant find the beeper at the rear of your car, you could make an easy fix by buying a reverse lamp and beeper combo and replace one of your existing reversing lamps. ie the new lamp has a beeper circuit inbuilt into itself. Any auto shop should be able to sell you one of these or try ebay. That way you aren't relying on a dodgy switch on your transmission selector assembly which is the likely cause. It is possible that the existing beeper is broken or perhaps one the wires has come off. Have a look at removing the tail light assemblies. This is often done via the inside of your trunk area.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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