Question about 1989 Toyota Corolla 2 Door
My headlights dont work, when I press the break the left tail ligths swtiches off. Could it be a wiring problem or must I replace the relay?
The headlights just might be a fuse/relay problem, switch or wiring. It would be needed to check for the presence of +12VDC from the fuse, headlight switch, relay, 3 terminal connector. Of course the bulbs themselves must be checked.
Taillight gone on braking indicates loose ground on the rearlight assembly. A temporary workaround is to provide another grounding screwed to the body of the car.
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