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The brake lights on 1990 toyota camery not working all 3 are out.. have replaced all blubs, fuse, and brake pedel switch can anyone help any suggestions?

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Those Toyotas have a bulb check unit, usually located inside the trunk, bolted near one of the taillights. If it goes bad and the circuit board inside fries, the taillights will not come on at all. Have it checked out.

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