tail light fuse

Asked by Oct 09, 2012 at 12:45 AM about the 2000 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 200 toyota camry and the taillights aren't working..

Where do they hide the fuses for the taillights??

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Typically the fuse box is in 1 of 2 locations in all vehicles. 1 on drivers side under the dash panel by ur pedals u will need a flashlight bcs its usually tucked right up there, otherwise it will be under the hood on most occasions its opposite the battery but not always, if its under the hood u will have to remave a black plastic schroud to exspose ur fuses if its under the hood the inside of the shroud tells u what fuses are for what, they are not labeled the same as older style fuse boxs in the interior.

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Ck lamp failure sensor under hindgr rear yellow box part number 89373 Ck harness going to tail lights harness falls down get caught in hinge Replace box and fix harness.see if your getting hot wire from after yellow box

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