Question about Buck 97-01 Toyota Camry Inside Door Handle Case Right Tan
My 97 Camry brake lights don't work.My tail lights are OK. I checked the fuse and is OK as well. How do I check the "electrical failure box" in the trunk and the brake pedal switch? Your input will be very appreciated.
The brake pedal switsh will be way under the dash, almost where the pedal meets the firewall. It will have either two seperate wires or a connector attached to it. If you disconnect this and put a small piece of wire in-between the wires and your brake lights come on, it it the switch.
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