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Old 03-06-2009, 09:29 AM
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Hi I'm Mike. I got a '92 Camry LE V6. I joined this forum to get some advice on things on my Camry. So if anyone's got something to say, hit me up.

I got a problem with my headlights: they're only getting 10.5V when they should be getting 12V. It just happened the day I went to get it inspected, which made it fail. The switch, relay, and fuses are all good; however I don't know what else it could be.

Also, the inner door trim won't come off to replace some broken door handles. There's one schew that won't seem to come out even though it's loose. Little things are always the worst to fix. I'm hoping to get it on the road by Mon. 9th.

Please help!

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Mike
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 10:57 AM
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US or Canada model?

Low voltage with lights on or off?

Do you have a voltmeter. If so check voltages at the fuse and after the head light.

The system works by the light switch on the steering column grounding the wiring from the lights to complete the circuit. There may be a bad ground from the switch or lights (White/Black wires), or a problem with the switch.

As to the door is this a screw or a push in plastic fastener?
 
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