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1991 toyota camry all brake lights burnt out at the same time. no fuses are blown.change bulbs, nothing

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Check the ground

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Brake lights are not working for my 1991 toyota camary


I assume you have tried changing at least one bulb with a new one
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1999 Toyotal Camry brake lights are out.


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Fuz box


Your vehicle has 3 fuse panels. Instrument fuse panel is located under the dashboard, left of the steering column. Passenger side fuse panel is located behind passenger side kick panel. Main fuse and relay block is in engine compartment, near battery. There does not appear to be a "reverse light" fuse. Do all you other lights work properly(headlights, brake lights, turn signals, running lights, dashboard lights, etc.)? If so then there is a problem in the reverse light circuit, OR the bulbs are burned out. YES, I have seen both burn out at same time. Hope this helps a little

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