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Toyota Camry, Electrical, Lights, Sedan
#107 of 131 Re: Fog Light [wwest]
Feb 26, 2008 (11:59 am)
I believe most states have closed the 30-minute window during twilight when headlights didn't have to be on.
I don't have a lot of experience with fog lights -- my 2005 Camry is the first car in over 30 years of car ownership to have them. I do know that for Toyota and GM at least, the fog lights can only be turned on when the low-beam headlights are on.
During the day in fog, I would think the most important lights to have on are your low beams, so that other drivers can see you coming. The next time it's really foggy at night (rare where I live), I'll have to see if the fog lights make any difference in forward visibility.
#110 of 131 06 Camry fog lights
Oct 03, 2008 (5:53 pm)
A couple questions. I have an 06 Camry LE and was wondering if the cover on the bumper comes of to insert the fog lights? Since i saw in an earlier post that said that it comes off for the 02-05 years, but not 06. Please i would greatly appreciate this knowledge. And what exactly would i need to buy to get the fog lights installed?Thank you in advance.
#111 of 131 00 Camry fog lights
Oct 22, 2008 (4:29 am)
I would like to get the factory style fog lights, but I can't seem to find them, on top of the fact fog lights for 00, 01 were rare as anything. i believe I would have to cut a part of the front bumper out to fit both round fog lights, at least it looks that way when I see factory fog lights on a picture of a camry. Any websites???
#112 of 131 No High Beams
Oct 27, 2008 (5:37 am)
I own a 1995 Camry, 4 cylinder, with 156K on it. This morning, my High Beams are disfunctional, and in part, because the lever will no longer move forward to engage them, but does pull back - though now the wipers come on.
I did use mt wipers and high beams successfully on Saturday, but for some reason, this morning when I proceeded to work, I was unable to push outward the actual lever to turn them on. Typically, when the lever is pulled toward you, the high beams are engaged until the lever is released. This of course is the same lever which engages the wipers - when I pull the lever down through a series of notches, the wipers work from low to high - and still does. But now, when I pull the lever towards me, the wipers come on!
Is this a fuse/relay issue? It''s never happened before.
#113 of 131 Re: No High Beams [ferdy3]
Oct 27, 2008 (5:57 am)
Sounds like your switch lever is bad
#114 of 131 Re: No High Beams [kiawah]
Oct 27, 2008 (9:07 am)
I second that, switch lever.
I'd go to Autozone and rent the free steering wheel puller, remove the steering wheel and then the assembly you are having problems with. Sometimes it can be disassembled and maybe fixed. Or you can buy a new assembly, $$$300.00
#115 of 131 Re: No High Beams [rearwheeldrive]
Oct 27, 2008 (9:08 am)
There's airbag's on that year, right?
#116 of 131 Re: No High Beams [kiawah]
Oct 27, 2008 (2:13 pm)
Not sure about airbag, but that requries more steps to avoid deployment.