What fuse powers the license plate lights on a Toyota Highlighlander Limited? The fuse boxes schematics don't ID that light in particular. Thanks.

Asked by Mar 02, 2015 at 09:52 AM about the 2003 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 4WD

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Tail light fuse, if tail lights work then it is not a fuse, could be just blown bulbs, have seen a few of these get water in the sockets and they corrode really fast so check those and the wiring.

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Thanks alot for your input! Screws are rusted tight so haven't been able to get in there to take a look yet. I keep spraying WD 40 but they aren't budging. A few more applications ought to do it. If that doesn't work I'll probably take it to a shop. Law enforcement will ticket you for no lights on your license plate in the south.

BTW - taillights are fine. Thanks again.

96,855

If you can't get WD40 to get it try plain old diesel fuel, I used it a few times on froze spark plugs in aluminum heads and it worked every time.

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