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Old 04-15-2018, 09:16 PM
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Default 98 camry no brake lights

Hi i have a 98 camry for the last 8 years, last week the brake lights on the sides stop working, but the one on the top of trunk still works! Any ideas, thank you in advance.
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Find the light sensor failure box.

Remove the trunk liner on the drivers side. Look for a small plastic box on side of trunk wall having wiring.

With brake pedal pushed. Check for battery voltage at the green/black wire. If no green/black wire. Determine the brake bulb wire color at the side brake bulbs and use that wire color.

The trunk and side brake bulbs receive power from the same box. The trunk bulb power wire at the box is red.
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