I have a 1991 Toyota Camry Wagon. 4 cylinder, automatic. The brake lights don't work. I also have to push the "shift lock override" button to get the car out of park.

Asked by Dec 14, 2014 at 12:45 PM about the 1991 Toyota Camry DX Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Someone suggested replacing the "brake light switch" and I also believe that depressing the brake pedal should allow me to get the car out of park.  Does that sound like a winner?  Where is the brake light switch?  Thanks

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The brake light switch is under the dash on the very top of your brake pedal.

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Do you think it is related to the shift lock override? I also noticed that tapping on the brake does not turn off cruise control. Related?? Anyone know? Thanks

Did it work for you? Because I replaced the brake switch right behind pedal, all bulbs, checked fuses & mine still doesn't work but from my battery dying so much.. I fix that connection.. and a few days later. The car won't start or click. Crank nothing. I'm so confuse, I think it might be the green thick fuses in the box connected to the red wiring to battery because sparks happened when jumping it so many times. Or could it

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