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#881 of 1159 tail lights, parking lights, instrument panel lights
Dec 14, 2009 (9:09 am)
My tail light, instrument panel, parking lights are not working. I checked in the owner's manual and the one fuse related to my problem is called Tail the 15A. I checked it and is not blown. I checked all of them and not one is blown and still is not working. The car is a toyota camry 1994. If anyone have an idea what can it be the problem please post an answer. thanks.
#882 of 1159 Re: tail lights, parking lights, instrument panel lights [tinagh00]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Dec 14, 2009 (9:11 am)
Well first off I'd replace that fuse regardless of how it looks.
My second guess would be the multi-function lighting switch on the steering column.
#883 of 1159 Re: tail lights, parking lights, instrument panel lights [Mr_Shiftright]
Dec 14, 2009 (9:16 am)
Thanks for answering so fast. I replace it with a new one, but it still not working. what is the multi-function lighting switch and where should i find it? what is the steering column and where it is?
#884 of 1159 Re: tail lights, parking lights, instrument panel lights [tinagh00]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Dec 14, 2009 (9:20 am)
That's the switch you use to turn on the headlights, work the directions, etc. As to where to find it---I'd just google it and see what comes up, also try eBay, and the dealer.
#885 of 1159 Re: dome and trunk light, power locks not working: 97 Camry LE [hondo17]
Dec 14, 2009 (9:35 am)
the fuse for the dome light is under the hood, in the fuse block next to the battery (at least in my 1997 Camry). there are a few clips that release the long, black plastic lid of the fuse block and there is a diagram of the fuses on the underside of the lid.
i took a quick picture showing the dome fuse:
#886 of 1159 Re: tail lights, parking lights, instrument panel lights [tinagh00]
Dec 14, 2009 (10:19 am)
Check your 10A Gauge fuse.
If that is good, and you've already checked the 15A Tail fuse, then I would suspect the Taillight Relay. The way it works is that the taillight relay is turned on, by the integration relay. When the taillight relay is engaged, it provides power to the 15A tail fuse. You need to make sure that relay is turning on, and the secondary points have connected providing power to the 15A tail fuse. One easy way to check, is to pull the 15A tail fuse, and with the light switch on, with a digital voltmeter you should find 13.5 +/- volts on 'one' of the legs in the socket where the tail fuse was.
Lightswitch turns on the integration relay, integration relay turns on the taillight relay, the taillight relay provides power to the tail fuse. The tail fuse provides power to the dash lights, tail lights, etc.
#887 of 1159 Re: Problem with keyless entry [bmw65]
Jan 03, 2010 (5:47 am)
I feel your pain, I spent close to $500 to have a remote start put in my 2009 Venza by the Toyota dealer. It works some time but the range is only 80 feet. A total waste of money. I had a unit installed on my 2003 Chrysler Town & Country Limited and it had a range of 400 feet. It was installed by an accessory company in my home town and only cost $219.00 and worked great when I traded the van in for the 2009 Venza. Should have readd the manual on the remote start range, I would never have spent more than double on a system that to me is worthless.
#888 of 1159 Remote start range Venza 2009
Jan 03, 2010 (5:51 am)
I have a 2009 Toyota Venza with the factory add on remote start. It's range is a lousy 80 feet when after market brands have ranges up to 1000 feet. Is there any way to extend the range of the factory add on?
#889 of 1159 2000 Camry LE clock fuse
Jan 04, 2010 (2:20 pm)
My clock quit working. Where is the fuse box and what type of a fuse does it take?
#890 of 1159 Re: 2000 Camry LE clock fuse [dobiepay]
Jan 04, 2010 (2:35 pm)
There's three fuses associated with the clock
- 7.5Amp "Panel" fuse, in the fuse box by your left knee. Or it's the
- 15 Amp "Cig" fuse, or it's the
- 7.5 Amp "Dome" fuse
You probably blew it by something in your cigarette lighter outlet.
See your owners manual.