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Why would the running lights on a 1989 Toyota Corolla not work when all the fuses seem to work?

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2006-10-09 06:48:06
2006-10-09 06:48:06

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.

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