check the fuses for the head lights check the fuses for the head lights
Change front light bulbs
The fuses in a Toyota Corolla 2000 are for various components of the car. For instance, the fuses power the windshield wipers, the radio, the power windows, and the power seats.
check the fuses and then check the flasher relays
No fuses are fuses no difference.Take one of yours out and check for size of fuse with unnamed ones from your local auto shop..
Check the bulbs first, I've seen where both burn out and you can be lead to believe you have an electrical problem.
It could be caused by a bad ground or severed wire somewhere.
In a 1993 Corolla the fuses for the taillights are up under the dashboard. Left of the steering wheel. Behind the fold down coin holder, and a REAL pain to get to. One of the very few things I don't like about my Corolla, accessibility of that fuse box
Fuse number 8 Just count from top left like reading a book. It should be a 15A blue fuse. This controls the speedo cluster lights, Tail lights etc. Your head light fuses are in the engine compartment in that fuse box.
check fuses and and all switches one may be bad.also check bulbs behind dash they may be blowed.
The fuses in a 1991 Toyota Corolla are situated at two different spots, depending on the kind of fuse. Some are inside the car under the dash. There are other for engine components and these are located in a black box next to the wiper tubes.
I would check that the switch works. It could be worn out or broken. If it does work, then follow the wires and see if there is a problem with them.
Check the owners manual. I believe both fuse boxes have spare fuses. Yes there are spares. My 2006 Corolla, same generation car has them
check the fuses
Make sure fuse is installed and not loose - same fuse controls parking/tail and dash lights
This is the best advise you will get. go to a Toyota dealer (Not any aftermarket parts store) and but a Toyota reman alternator. If you put an aftermarket alternator, you will have problems again. That's good advise from a former Toyota technician. Good luck.
The best way to troubleshoot why the taillights are not working on a 1999 Toyota Corolla is to first check all of the bulbs to see if one is burned out. Then check the fuses to see if there is a blown fuse. If the problem is still not found, a code reader in the ECU (computer) might show a code that will help find the problem.
the flasher fuse is in the fuse block look in your owners manual under fuses
It should be under the hood in one of the boxes w/ all the fuses....
Try your fuses
Brake light switch ?
Most corsa hazards work off separate fuses. i would start with that as that is the cheaper option.
Scrap the car and buy a new one.
replace brake light switch on brake pedal if it hasn't been done try that