Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Hello.well if you checked all of your fuses and they are all good,then your problem is in your trunk.there is a little grey or black box that is about the size of a box of matches,that is located in the trunk on the drivers side.you will have to move your trunk cover on the driver side to get at it.the box has 1 plug connected to it.when you find and remove it,go to a toyota dealer or a junk yard and get another 1.plug it in and your brake lights should work fine again.hope this info helps.take care and good luck, manny
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