Question about 1990 Toyota Corolla
Its the brake pedal switch under the dash. My 1989 did the same thing.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
Check for factory wiring under the dash or near the fuse panel that has been tampered with and check to see if you a wire that is keeping constant power.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
If it is headlights and or all parking lights as well as the tail lights, the DRL module likely burned out. Smell it. Just left of glove box latch hidden. Clean your battery terminals, system takes the path of least resistance to ground. I hacked my burned DRL with a single jumper wire from the only constant hot power input (greenish if I remember right, third pin over from one side) to its closest neighbor connection on the circuit board (or the big solder ground anchor blobs) and pulled the high beam light bulb because that then stays on. Lights are now off, system finally hacked OK except for no high beam indicator. (Hi beams, lights all still work by the switch.) I haven't checked if lights are on automatically during the day yet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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