Question about Toyota Camry
It is more than likely that when you heard and or saw the short it remained shorted thus taking down everything on that particular circuit. It should have blown the fuse but if in the past the fuse blew and replaced with a too high a current rating it would not blow the fuse. Go back to the original bulb location remove the bulb and try the brake lights again. If you are working alone, pound aut a weight on the brake pedle and remove the bulb, move the wires around and watch to see if at some point the other bulbs lights go on. You will then be able to more accuratly isolate the short location. Good luck
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