Easy, Baby! Open your trunk, and look behind where the brake lights are. There should be a removable panel over the area. Pop it off, and you'll see the back (sockets) of your brake lights. Simply unscrew the old burned out bulb and replace gently with a new bulb purchased from an auto supply store. Don't tounch the glass bulb part of the new bulb as you're installing it. Viola.
= outside door handle on a 1997 Toyota Camry. =
that sounds like i ground in the bake by the lights or if it has a trailer plug i would start their
Toyota should recall them, seriously, there have been over 1000 complaints of this same problem on the 2002 Toyota Camry - check google.
replace the break light bulbs?
I would suggest to buy a service manual on your vehicle and then determine on how you want to approach this. Telling you on how and what to do along with the right tools is impossible.
If it is the tail lights, it is the headlight switch. If it is the brake lights, it is probably the brake light switch. I really don't know how to replace the bulb in the 3rd light. change the brake light bulb first it may be shorted causeing the other problem
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check fuses, check brake light switch behind brake pedal.
To fix a 95 Dodge Dakota with no brake lights, first check to ensure the fuse has not blown. If the fuse is good, check to ensure the brake light bulbs are not burn out.
Check the fuse, the bulbs, and the brake light switch.
take it to a garrage
For the car with such age it can be anything. I would start from main brake lines. If the lines are fine, check calipers and rear brake cylinders for leaks. If you find any leak it's easier to replace a part, then trying to fix it.
wiring problem...easy to fix..no mechanic needed...
In the maintenance manual or at the library
Put your seatbelt on. Should be an easy fix.
You bring it to the Toyota dealership and pay them to fix it.
check the brake pedal, there is a switch on the back of the pedal that depressed when the brake is depressed that turns the lights on, when this is loose it keeps the lights on.
Turn the stupid headlight switch off. DeeDeeDee I have the same problem with my 87 Camry. You need to change the stop light switch.
The brake lights in your 1983 Nissan pickup truck are controlled by the brake light relay switch. When the brake light relay switch malfunctions the brake lights will stop working.
check your fuses and the brake light switch above the pedal
The brake light switch must be broken or out of adjustment.
Try changing the light bulb
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