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1995 Toyota Corolla. keeps blowing tail light and brake fuses. Think there is a short somewhere but can't find one and don't know what else could cause this problem. Don't know where to start eliminating problem to find solution.

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SOURCE: 1995 Toyota Corolla Door Handle

It's advanced. Briefly, you'll have to take the door panel off, and then disconnect the door handle linkages, and then unbolt the door handle from the inside. You'll have to manuver around the window and window regulator and wires and swtiches. And that's after you successfully remove the door panel itself, which in itself can be quite trickly without advance tools. At this time you **** your new door handle (hopefully it's paint matched) and hook everything back up. If you'd like to tackle it, you could get more detailed info.

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SOURCE: 1991 Toyota Camry tail lights not working

it is the light switch

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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This light tell you that you have a tail light out, most common is a brake light. Once you replace the rear tail light that out the light will go away. The tail light bulbs can be accessed through the trunk.

Posted on May 13, 2009

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SOURCE: tail light/dash lights out

You probably have a bare wire at the back of your car that is shorting out on the frame, or against another bare wire.

Posted on May 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 1993 toyota corolla head & tail lights

did you check the bulb,relay or fuse for low beam

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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