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What would cause the burned out bulb indicator on your 1995 Toyota Camry to light even after the burned out bulb has been replaced and all lights are working?

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2005-12-10 11:11:22
2005-12-10 11:11:22
inside the trunk, behind the felt liner on the left side, and mounted to the body, is a small yellow box. its the light out sensor. if its bad it smells a little burnt. and will sometimes make the light on the dash come on.
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