fuses for toyota camery

Asked by Feb 20, 2016 at 08:38 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry LE Coupe

Question type: General

Which fuse is for my bake lights, they on
come on when my car is in reverse, my
brake lights an head light an fog lights work
fine, my tail light an dashboard lights just
cut off all of a sudden

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Have you had any maintenance or repair work done recently?

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Tyechia, your fuses aren't the issue. If they were blown, your brake lights would not come on at all. Try this: Pull your E-brake, start car in Park, jump out and check your brake lights. They should be off. Now get back in the car and put it in Reverse. Jump out and check the brake lights. If they are on, you most likely have a wiring issue not a blown fuse. As for the dash lights flickering off and on, I would check your battery cables. Make sure they are tight and clean. If they are all covered with white powder on top of the battery, you will need to remove the cables and clean your battery posts and cable ends. Use a wire brush and soak your cable ends in baking soda and water. That will kill and acid build up on the ends of your cables. Post back with results.......

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