Use a test light. Attach the alligator clip to a good ground and pierce the power supply wire going into the switch. Turn the key on and there should be power for 2 seconds. Then pierce the wire coming out of the switch to the pump and cycle the key off, then back on. There should be the same 2 second on signal. If you have power going into the switch, and no power coming out, it's bad.
The 1997 Toyota Avalon stop light switch simply plugs in and out. Take hold of the stop light switch and pull outward. Plug the new stop light switch in.
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have power to fuse box but not brake lgt switch new bulbs all wiring ckd brklgt switch replaced. this should be up with my question new here oops
You have to reach up under the dash with your hand and push the spring loaded button located on the switch. This will release the headlight knob and let you pull it all the way out. Now you can unscrew the retaining nut outside the dash that holds the switch in place. Now you can lower the switch down to where you can disconnect the electrical plug. If you already have the new switch you can notice the location of the spring loaded button to help you find it on the original switch.
If you haven't already had this question answered then maybe I can help. I believe it is located underneath the driverside dash where you will locate the fuse panel. The fuel pump shut off switch is the first black square fuse, there should be three of them lined up verticly. That should help you out.
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This happens to my 98 4runner every so often. Today it was really bad - couldn't move the steering wheel or move the key. I put it in neutral and literally got out and pushed it. That did the trick, steering wheel unlocked. Moving the tires seems to help...
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Assuming there is no blower speeds at all, check the blower speed switch and the electrical plug into the back of it. You may find the plug melted. The switch and plug (pig tail) are available from most parts stores.
Back up light switch is bad or out of adjustment. Located somewhere on the shift mechanism. The back-up light switch seems to be located on the transaxle, just below the master cylinder. I haven't figured out how to adjust it.
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It seems that the blower motor has gone bad.
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It's in the under the center console in front of the gear shifter. The switch will release when the brake pedal is pushed. My girlfriends car does something similar it just won't go into park and stay there so you can't take the keys out. I pulled it out and cleaned it up a bit and it seems to work now. As for overriding it, I wouldn't do it because it's a safety feature of the car. If it becomes too much of a pain check around to see how much a new one is and check some junkyards to see if you can get one there. It will definitely save money doing that.
The fuse is located just below and to the left of the steering wheel, in the fuse panel - its the fuse labeled 'gauges' and is 15AMP (blue). I suspect you have the problem as me though and if this is the case replacing the fuse won't help (but try it, doesn't hurt). The dash lights are powered through the light switch (left switch on steering column). The dimmer switch (left of steering wheel on dash) is on the ground (green wire) side of the dash light circuit. I've been searching around and it seems to me our problem is in the light switch, check out this thread: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Toyota-Repair-832/lost-dashboard-illumination.htm. Seems this switch eventually fails in tercels of our vintage. Good luck.