1990 camry electrical problem

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Old 27 Jul 2003, 09:16 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Recently I made the mistake of putting the wrong bulb in one of my brakelight
sockets. After that, my taillights won't go on when I turn on my headlights.
Every other light works fine. I checked the fuses and even replaced the relay
fuse. Just wondering if somoene could point me in the right direction to solve
this problem. Someone mentioned the brakelight switch, but not sure about
that. Any help would be greatley appreciated...Thanks


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Old 27 Jul 2003, 10:53 pm   #2 (permalink)
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ED EDIT68 wrote:
> Recently I made the mistake of putting the wrong bulb in one of my
> brakelight sockets. After that, my taillights won't go on when I
> turn on my headlights. Every other light works fine. I checked the
> fuses and even replaced the relay fuse. Just wondering if somoene
> could point me in the right direction to solve this problem. Someone
> mentioned the brakelight switch, but not sure about that. Any help
> would be greatley appreciated...Thanks
>
>
> Ed


Ummmm..... did you install the correct bulb? And, did you install the
correct bulb ... correctly? Instead of just looking at the fuses, get
out a continuity tester and checkt them electrically. :^)
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Philip

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be wondered that they should then rouse themselves."
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