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Toyota Camry, Electrical, Lights, Sedan
#121 of 131 1994 Camry LE heating/cooling backlights out
Jan 31, 2010 (5:32 pm)
Anybody know how to get to the heating/cooling illumination lights on a 1994 Camry? I have bulbs out and want to know if there is an easy way to get to them or if you have to take the entire dash board out. I am going to sell the car otherwise I would not care.
Thanks for the help
#122 of 131 headlights stopped working
Feb 28, 2010 (12:04 pm)
Both low beams on my 1998 camry stopped working..The high beams and all the other lights work...I changed both bulbs and checked the fuses but that did not help...Any ideas
#123 of 131 Re: headlights stopped working [dan420]
Feb 28, 2010 (1:51 pm)
Do you have DRL (Daytime Running Lights), or not?
Different electricals, depending upon whether you have DRL.
#124 of 131 Re: headlights stopped working [kiawah]
Feb 26, 2011 (5:44 am)
My 2004 Camry just started this same problem with the dim lights. I took it this morning to the local dealership for a fix. Will let you know what they found.
#125 of 131 2004 Camry LE: No dim lights
Feb 26, 2011 (5:47 am)
The dim lights on my Camry quit working. The DRL's and the bright lights work fine. Fuses and bulbs are good. What else could this be, any ideas or experience with this problem?
#126 of 131 2001 BMW 330Ci
Feb 26, 2011 (5:51 am)
The "Service Engine Soon" light keeps coming on and off. Changed fuel cap,,no luck. Car runs great whether the light is on or off. What's the deal with this. Any ideas. The dealership just said drive it until the light stays on and doesn't reset. I hate seeing this light on in my dash. Can someone offer a solution?
#127 of 131 Re: 2004 Camry LE: No dim lights [ss24nov]
Feb 26, 2011 (8:24 am)
What do you mean, when you say "dim lights". Are you talking about the normal parking lights on all four corners of the car?
#128 of 131 2011 Sienna Van Headlight Safety Issue
Nov 08, 2011 (12:24 am)
MY CONCERN IS THE DEAD ZONE CREATED BY THE HEAD LIGHTS ON MY CAR. THE PROJECTION OF THE HEADLIGHTS ON MY CAR ARE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS DUE TO THE DEAD ZONE IN FRONT OF THE VEHICLE. THE HEADLIGHTS HAVE BEEN ADJUSTED MULTIPLE TIMES AND THE DEALER RESPONSE IS" THAT IS JUST THE WAY THESE NEW HEADLIGHTS ARE".
ON DARK ROADS IT IS HIGHLY PROBABLE THAT AN ACCIDENT MAY OCCUR BECAUSE YOU CANNOT SEE WHERE YOU ARE GOING AND IF THERE IS A SLIGHT CURVE TO THE ROAD IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO TELL WHICH WAY THE ROAD IS GOING. ON MY LAST TRIP AT NIGHT WE HAD 3 OCCASIONS THAT IF WE HAD NOT FLASHED THE HIGH BEAMS WE MOST CERTAINLY WOULD HAVE HAVE A WRECK.
#129 of 131 Re: 2011 Sienna Van Headlight Safety Issue [lyd0254]
Nov 20, 2011 (8:37 am)
STOP over-driving your lights, lighting.
#130 of 131 Re: 2011 Sienna Van Headlight Safety Issue [wwest]
Nov 21, 2011 (9:44 am)
I thought the same thing, slow down and/or get their eyes checked.