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My toyota 2.2 2001 model`s park lights and tail ligths(red ) are not switching on but all other functions are functioning normal. if front rubber bushes are worn out how best to repair them as im told metals ends of my right wheel (control arms are now hitting the wheel metals hence the noise when i hit bumps)

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I think that car has a seperate fuse for them lights check under hood and in the cab fuse boxes if not maybe your relay is stuck in the closed position also check your switch in the lights where you turn them on and off steering wheel make sure it is functioning and not out use a voltmeter or test light if you need replace the bearings put the car on a jack stand remove the wheel and theres a nut in the center of your wheel between lug nut studs you remove that and you need a gear puller take off the spindle then bearing come off take out old bearing put in new fill with wheel bearing grease no such thing as too much grease too little make your bearing going out in a week then put new nut on and tire back on make sure replace the cotter pin on the drive axle nut and remember never too much bearing grease i cant stress that enough hope this helps you

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To address the first; did someone try to install a new radio? The only way that something could be hitting the inside of the wheel(with stock size wheels and tires) is if the ball joint was about ready to fall out and the top of the tire was hitting the struts coil seat. If this is the case, this is extremely dangerous. I can walk you through replacement of these components and you can save yourself some money. The lower ball joint is very easy to replace and runs about $25. Let me know.

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2000. Where is fuse for tail lights?

Do your headlamps work ?
Park/Marker/License/Tail Lamps
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The park lamps

The marker lamps

The tail lamps

The license lamp

The front marker lamps are grounded through the turn filament of the respective front park/turn lamp. The front marker lamps light as a result.
The automatic lamp control function turns on the park lamps and the headlamps. This action occurs when the ambient light sensor determines that the exterior lamps should be turned ON based on the amount of available light. When the BCM grounds the park lamp relay, voltage is supplied directly to the park lamps, bypassing the turn/headlamp switch assembly. When this action occurs, the following conditions exist:
The automatic lamp control relay is grounded.

The headlamps turn ON. Refer to Headlights/Daytime Running Lights (DRL) Circuit Description .

The lamps turn OFF when the BCM does not ground the park lamp relay or the automatic lamp control relay. This action is caused by the following conditions:
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is car battery fully charged, and at >=12.6vdc rested?>
is this uSA car, or in a country with manitory, DRL lamps
parks, they are, the tail lights on all modern cars are park.
after all the front park lamps cant be called, tail lights.
so begs the question are all 20 park lamps out.
front, sides read, and inside cab. those too are park
dash dimmer lamps run off of PARK feed.
The MK jeep, ill log in to mitchells for you. and read that page.
my guess is the BCM or TIPM modules run this feed.
year tells me that.
but first the 2 questions, due to me not there .
1: car drives and runs perfectly ? day and night?
2: no other electrrics dead>?....??? all , of them......

a: check fuses, all fuses? or just some.
b: did you scan the PCM yet, it will tell you whats up. on this car.
not scanning modern cars is a hopeless path... for sure.

the parks lamps on , are sent via car networks.
unlike cars of old with simple switch and copper wires.
3 computers in the chain,,,,,
scan it you must,

here is the page in the the FSM covering PARKS.
The park lamps system includes the left (lighting) multi-function switch, the SCM, the EMIC and the TIPM. The front park/turn lamp and the position lamp bulbs each have a path to ground at all times through their connection to the engine compartment wire harness. The engine compartment wire harness has takeouts with eyelet terminals that are secured by nuts to ground studs on the front end sheet metal within the engine compartment. The rear lamp units and license plate lamp bulbs have a path to ground at all times through a takeout and eyelet terminal of the unibody wire harness that is secured by a nut to a ground stud on the body sheet metal within the passenger compartment.
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The TIPM provides a battery saver (load shedding) feature for the park lamps, which will turn these lamps OFF if they are left ON for more than about eight minutes with the ignition switch in the LOCK position. The SCM and the EMIC each provide a fail-safe feature for the park lamps, which will send an electronic message to the TIPM to turn these lamps ON automatically if there is no input available from the left multi-function switch. The TIPM also provides a fail-safe feature for the park lamps that will turn these lamps ON automatically whenever a loss of CAN bus communication is detected with the ignition switch in the ON position.

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