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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bulb number that you need is #194.
Pull off the interior trim, and you will see the sockets for the bulbs.
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Posted on Dec 08, 2008
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Toyota
You have to remove the rear door inside panel.First thing is to remove the top and side interior trim panels,they just pop out by prying them away after they are out the metal retaining clips sometimes stay in the door,pull them out and put them on the plastic panel before reinstalling.Then the strap that you use to close it has a cover on it that you have to push up to get off then remove the 10 mm bolt that holds the strap.Then pry the panel away from the door I think that the bottom has two hooks on it which means that the top needs come off first so you can lift the panel hooks out of the slots.Once the panel is off you will see the bulbs they twist out and you have to pull the bulbs out.Good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Hi there :
if you remove the knobs you will see there is some flat nuts that need to be removed remoive them and there should be able to remove the faceplate
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Check the bulbs for the tail/brake lights. If you put in single filament bulbs it will be on from the tail light voltage and the brakes will not show.
Turn off the lights, press the brake pedal. Look at the brightness of the brake lights.
Now turn on the lights. Look at the brightness of the lights. If is the same as before the bulbs are wrong. You need two filament bulb.
Posted on May 15, 2009
I have a 98 Camry and was having problems with tail lights and fuses. I kept blowing a fuse which was making my tail lights not work. I tried paying very close attention to when they would be working and all the sudden not be working. I know it sounded funny, but I told my mechanic that it seemed if I used my trunk, my fuse would blow. Come to find out, the wire was touching the hinges of my trunk. So when I popped my trunk and closed it, it blew my fuse every time.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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