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double posted, why do that.
its answered already,
the "meter fuse"blew.
all warning lights out,
or do you mean the parking lamps out in cluster.
there are scads of waring lights, name some.
the CEL lamp tops list, if out the engine my not run.
does it run? do head lights work and all other lights.?
is the battery in car charged," top 12.6v rested. and you can drive say 10 mile with head lamps glowing full bright?
that be good to know.
P/s light? (are all fan belts good?)
do head lights glow bright on demand?
do all dash cluster lamps glow, key on,? and the CEL lamp???????
then the CEL goes out when engine starts and runs??? says out>?????
the engine is stalling. does it stall hot and cold engine?
there are 50 causes for that.
and 4 major systems to test. do you have tools. an meters and gauges to check engines.? if not get a mech, that has that
if you want to DIY , then get the tools.
ill list the 4 systems. (not each test)
1: 12vdc power to the whole EFI system.
2: good compression
3: lost spark.
4: bad fueling
there are test to find the 4 paths. #1 is easy a voltmeter will tell you good or bad. check all fuse first. as always,
There is a fuse for the brake lights. Check fuse and replace if blown. If the fuse is not blown, check the bulbs themselves. If the bulbs are good, then the next step is to replace the brake light switch located under steering column attached to brake pedal rod.
I had the SAME problem with my 1992 Camry LE...except without the water..First, check the back up lamp fuse (there is more than one circuit on that fuse, not sure which). The water would have likely shorted out the circuit. First check for power at the reverse bulb while the car is in reverse (You can do this with the car off) If there is power, check the ground wire, if it is bad...if you splice the ground wire before the connector and run a new wire to a ground in the trunk, then it should work..thats what was wrong with mine..hope this helps
if the fan does'nt come on at any speed have the fan checked if fan is good check the switch if on good replace fan switch located inside there is also a regulator under dash behind the glove box if the fuse's,motor & switch are all good this regulator the last comp. in the heater circut or you have a broken wire. hope this is helpful