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Back up lights

The back up lights are not wroking on the Corolla we are trying to get back on the road. The blubs are good. Which fuse would be the one to check for this and what else could it be?

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Down side of steering Lh side body there is one fuse box open the cover there is one relay №3 for tail lamp check that one
other wise there is one switch on gear lever calling reverse switch change that switch

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Could be the mechanism inside the shifter that tells the car it's in reverse. Usually a little button of sorts.

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