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1990 Camry DLX ALL-TRAC

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Old 01-22-2009, 07:28 PM
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Default 1990 Camry DLX ALL-TRAC

I just bought this car because it was so clean and I liked the idea of four wheel drive being I live in Minnesota and have a ton of snow this year!! The only problem is the ignition is has a qwerk and you have to push the button on top of the steering wheel and turn it all the way off, otherwise the parking lights stay on and yep.... dead battery. The other thing I notice a day or so after I bought it, no brake lights?? And lastly... is this arare car, most people didnt even know that they made this car?? Thanks for reading!!
 
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Old 01-23-2009, 08:01 AM
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Default RE: 1990 Camry DLX ALL-TRAC

For the stop light problem check the STOP fuse and stop light switch mounted above the brake pedal.

Not sure what button you are talking about for the running lighs.

The parking lights have a relay that is controlled via the light switch. The switch grounds the relay solenoid to turn on the parking lights. There could be a problem with the wirng.

These cars are around, would say not that common.

Might pickup a Haynes Camry manual No 1023 it covers this car including a little on the AWD drive train.

 
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