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#147 of 1159 Re: 1996 Toyota Camry Rear Turn Signal [becca3]
Mar 27, 2007 (4:47 am)
The fuse for your turn signal is down under the dash, by your left knee. The fuse to handle the turn signals is 7.5amp and is easy to replace.
However, you indicate that the 'left' hand turn signal does not work. If your right hand works, then the problem would not be your fuse since the fuse does both right and left.
What exactly is the symptom you are getting that it doesn't work? Does it come on and stay on without blinking? Does it blink fast? Does it do nothing?
When you have the failing symptom, would you get out of the car and say what the rear signal bulb is indicating (on/off/blinking), and what the front signal bulb is indicating (on/off/blinking). If it is blinking, take note as to whether it is blinking correctly (ie.. not a quick short flash).
#148 of 1159 Re: 1996 Toyota Camry Rear Turn Signal [kiawah]
Mar 27, 2007 (5:39 am)
Thanks for your suggestion. I just checked the front left hand turn signal and it blinks fast. The rear one does not come on at all. The right hand signals work correctly.
What do you think it could be. Thanks for you help.
#149 of 1159 Re: 1996 Toyota Camry Rear Turn Signal [becca3]
Mar 27, 2007 (6:00 am)
One of your bulbs is bad, I suspect it is the rear one. When it blinks fast, it usually means that one of the filaments is broke, and is shorting out internally to the parking light circuit. The blinker works on the amount of current draw, so when there is a short like this the blinker blinks real fast.
Take both the left front and rear blinker bulbs out and check them, I'd actually suggest replacing both while you have them apart...they're cheap, and you don't want to have to take them apart again in 6 months.
#150 of 1159 Thank you for your help. I'll do what you suggested.
Mar 27, 2007 (6:33 am)
Thanks for your help. I'll do what you suggested.
#151 of 1159 Re: Thank you for your help. I'll do what you suggested. [becca3]
Mar 27, 2007 (7:35 am)
Come back and let us know how it turns out.
#152 of 1159 99 camry pass window motor
Mar 27, 2007 (2:00 pm)
Hi everyone, Quick question on replacing a window motor on this car...do I have to replace the regulator as well? seems like all the motors I find to buy come attached to the regulator...wouldn't that make it a bigger job? thanks
#154 of 1159 Re: 99 camry pass window motor [kiawah]
Mar 28, 2007 (4:59 am)
Great information, kiawah. You might think about adding a CarSpace Guide on the door disassembly as well. Folks who wouldn't know to look at your album would more likely check in that area.
You make some really great contributions to our discussions, by the way. Thank you! It's very much appreciated.
#155 of 1159 Re: 99 camry pass window motor [pat]
Mar 28, 2007 (5:27 am)
Wow! thats just what i needed and more than I would have asked for...thanks alot...I always find good help here...
#156 of 1159 1992 Toyota Camry Dashboard lighting
Apr 13, 2007 (7:58 am)
I have a 1992 Toyota Camry with 210,000 miles on it and the clock works very intermittently. For the last month or so, the lighting surrounding the environmental controls doesn't work. I was wondering if this was caused by a bad fuse, or is it something else?