Rear lights don't work.Change the light bulbs-nothing.Which one of the fuses is for the rear lights?

Asked by Dec 07, 2014 at 09:54 PM about the 2006 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check on the left side of your steering for the fuse box. If not there, check the left kick panel by your left foot. The panel door usually has a schematic that tells you what each fuse does. If no brake fuse there, check the fuse box under the hood. You may have a bad tail light relay also. If fuses and relays are not the issue, have someone hit the brake, and test the bulb sockets for power. If no power, start checking for broken wires and grounds. Check around the left hinge of the trunk. I think the harness may run by there. That's usually a good pinch point. If no broken wires, test the brake switch for power that is up under the dash. Will be at the top of the pedal.

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The cabin fuse box is behind the flip-down coin holder up under the dash, left side of steering wheel. Brake lights fuse #23 -15 amp Tail lights #18-15 amp ..if your tail light fuse is blown your instrument cluster lights will also be out

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Bro had same on 2006 Yaris, no tail, no liscence plate light, no front fog lights and no speedometer dimming lights, problem found after checking fuses, relays etc, come back for answer and will talk you through it

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Thank you everyone for your help , after plugging in a lap top the fault came up with a fuse which had blown , which is behind the glove box , which you cannot even see , why put a box there "... I don't know anyway thanks again it's all ok now all smiles for now . Happy motoring.



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Hay friends , my Toyota verso 2013 break light (right side) is very dim , can any body know what the problem is that. It Led light.

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