Sounds like a blown fuse. Head lights and tail lights run on a different fuse. It is probably not a fuse, as stated above. Most vehicles use many fuses to control interior and exterior lighting. Have the switch tested, or test it yourself, if your mechanically inclined. You can find a wiring diagram almost anywhere online, to tell you the colors of the wires. If you turn your lights on with the door open, and the chime still dings, to inform you; try looking into your Relays. Usually when you turn your parking lights on, or use your hazards, you will hear a click from under the dash, near the fuse panel. On your vehicle, it may even be under the hood.. not exactly sure. I hope i have brought a little hope to your situation, if you have any futher comments or symptoms that could help me a little more, that would be great! :)
It could be a short in the wiring, or a fuse or the headlights themselves might be bad. I hope this helps
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What are the headlights doing? Is the bulb burned out? Are the lights not coming on at all? Are they misaligned?
Turn on headlights/parking lights and adjust dimmer control
You may have burnt out bulbs, blown fuse or malfunctioning brake switch. Same on any car.
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The Switch may be bad. Check the bulbs for the parking lights. Check the fuses / relays for the parking lights.
Located behind the front axle on the passenger side, best accessed from under the truck
Wath toyota? Avalon,Camry 4cl, 6cl, Tercel, truck, Lan Cruser,?.
1994 Toyota pickups do not have obd II they have obd I. There is a " diagnostic port " under the hood but its not of much use.
where can you find a website for free diagram of tail light wiring on a 1994 dodge 1500 truck?