I found the answer earlier at this site, and it worked! The trick is to disengage the plastic catches that are about 1.25" from the sides of the high brake light on the rear deck of the 1994 Camry Sedan (4 door). Forcibly push in on those unseen catches while pulling on the rest of the housing toward the front of the car.
Once off, the reflector is centered in the assembly. That reflector also has two catches to be aware of, but they are visible.
Once the reflector is off, the light bulb lifts straight up to get it out.
No tools required, just the bulb.
The Baxter Auto Parts in Tigard, OR had Wagner BP921 two packs of these bulbs. Worked on first test.
There is a video on how to do this at www.teach-me-auto.com.
You have to replace brake shoes.
only toyota could be this stupid and incompetent...
i think $500.00
open trunk look directly under light grab socket twist left and pull
would you please show me how to replace the brake pads for my Toyota Camry 2002 sedan 4 cylander, alloy wheels with the antibrake.thank you. Please show me step by step with the pictures , thanks a lot. You can send to my email.: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Toyota Camry built in 1998 takes DOT 3 brake fluid. This is the standard brake fluid for passenger cars.
You normally gain access to the bulb from inside the trunk.
The cheapest place to buy brake pads for a 2007 Toyota Camry is Pep Boys or Auto Zone.
Your brake fuse might continue blowing in the 1995 Toyota Camry because you have a wire that is exposed and shorting out. You might also have an issue with the brake sensors.
Pop the cover off by pulling at the corners away from the window, pull the tabs on the light shield, and replace the bulb with a 912 light bulb.
normal brake fluid
I believe the Solara is the same as the Camry. You have to remove part of the center console to access the adjustment.
Remove the tail light from the outside. Pulls out. Replace bulb. There is no access from the inside of the trunk.
Your front breaking pads are needed to be repalced, you might have to replace rotors.
To change the brake pads on a 2006 Toyota Camry the car must be safely propped up. Remove the wheels and loosen the calipers. Slide the brake pads out and replace with the new parts. Repeat the process for all four wheels.
Check the bulbs, the fuse and the brake light switch.
Press the inside end of plastic cover towards the center (from both sides). This will release the latch. Once the cover comes off, take out the red lens cap and change the bulb.
To replace the rear brake pads on a 1992 Toyota Camry, first lift the vehicle with a jack and remove the rear tires and wheels. Then, remove the caliper with a socket wrench and remove the old brake pads from the caliper. Remember to place the new pads onto the caliper with the indicator plate pointing in the direction that the tire turns. Replace the caliper and tighten the caliper piston clockwise before you put the tires back on the vehicle.
The 1994 Toyota Camry emergency brake light switch can be found beneath the drivers side dashboard. The emergency brake light switch will be beneath the far left hand side of the dashboard.
is my car safe to drive if the break light and abs light is on in my 2007 Toyota Camry