Check bulbs and switch
Check the backup light switch.
check the ground for the lights
I would check the wires just behind the light. I had the same problem and the wires were broken a little just wiggle them as the lights are on.
check reverse light switch on transmission.
First check the bulbs, then check the fuse, then check the switch on the transmission, and last check the wiring.
get a friend to check them when u have the can in reverse.. or dont start the car and put it in revers and check them urself
check your fusible link, its connected to your positive battery cable,check for burnt marks or it might be swollen.
Check the circuitry to the backup lights. The same fused circuit is probably used for both brake lights and backup lights. As you go past Reverse, the backup light probably is turned on briefly, causing the fuse to blow. It's just a thought, but I'd think it worth checking.
Check grounds Check loose wire on switch Check defective switch
Reverse switch on trans. is, most-likely, broken or stuck on somehow. You need to check it and/or replace it.
Check the fuses Check the backup switch Check the wiring - make sure that there is good contact.
Check Fuses, Replace Bulbs, Replace Shift Position Sensor. End of solution
Check the steering column. There is a switch mounted to the column that controls the backup lights and the neutral safety switch.
Check the fuse box, you might have a blown fuse. Also it's a good idea to check the bulbs. There is one more popular problem, the cable which brings the current to the lights gets damaged sometimes. You need to check the cable for broken wires and short currents.
The best thing I could suggest would be to check the wiring, fuses and switches.
Check bulbs Check sockets for corrosion Check sockets for power and ground Check fuse for stop lights Check fuse for parking/tail lights
check the front flasher
Check the wire on the left trunk hinge. Many Camry suffer broken wires at that place.
Try the dimmer switch, and or, check that your body has a good ground to the frame, and battery.
My problem is the same, but with a different car. After doing a little research, evidently one should check the fuse for the lights, and if that isn't it, then check a switch on the side of the transmission with some wires going to it. Sorry I don't know more. Good luck.
Games Genie makes good game backup software. Check them out. Check out Burn World. They should have some decent game backup software.
You can't, you must use a scanner.
Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch Check bulbs they are double filamented (Larger filament for tail-smaller for stop lights) Check fuse for parking/tailights/dash lights Check switch
Check bulbs (double filamented small is for brake lights-large for tailight) Check fuse for stoplight Check stoplight switch
Check the bulbs Check the flasher