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The tail lights in my sister's '90s Subaru had a similar problem, and nobody could diagnose it, so she just kept a bunch of fuses in the car. (When she replaced a fuse, it would be a while before it blew again -- days, weeks or even months).
In your case, there's a continuous short circuit somewhere. I'd start with the tail lights themselves -- remove the bulb on one side, replace the fuse, then test. If the other bulb lights and the fuse didn't blow, you know the problem is in the wiring to the bulb you removed. If the fuse DID blow, replace the bulb, remove the bulb from the other light, replace the fuse and test again. Examine the wires carefully looking for nicks or bare insulation.
If the fuse fails whichever bulb is installed (or even if no bulbs!), then the short circuit is probably at the fuse box connectors for those wires, or inside the fuse box itself.
I assume you're talking about the tail lights that turn on and off with the headlights. If you're talking about the brake lights, the test procedure is the same, but don't forget about the high-mounted center brake light, if your car has one.

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018

check your plugs and coil if you have fire check fuel pump to see if your getting the right amount of gas do you have a check engine light code

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018

The only thing I can suggest is cleaning the terminals on your battery and cables make sure the battery is charged turn on your key and see if you have lights in the dome and headlights if you do it's a starting issue

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018

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1991 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 28, 2018

It sounds like a wheel bearing problem to me. Have a repair shop double check.

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 11, 2017

The multi-switch needs to be replaced That is the turn signal/headlight switch.

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Jun 27, 2017

Short term, pull the drl fuse, see if lights go out. Check to see if headlamps will still work with drl fuse removed? If they still work, don't worry about it.
Just between me and you, I've never cared for drl.
I can give you wiring diagrams if you want?

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 15, 2017

5th gear out is a pretty general description, Is it grinding when trying to shift into 5th or when you go to 5th it pops out, or you shift into 5th and nothing happens? It could be a simple syncro repair to replacing just the 5th gear to rebuilding the whole transmission, either way, you may want to consider just buying a JY trans, it would probably be cheaper.

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 30, 2016

Did you check the bearings on front wheels? And check all the rubber/connector parts on the stearing and suspensin.

1991 Toyota... | Answered on Mar 03, 2016

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