1990 Toyota Corolla • 4 cylinder 2WD Manual • 240,000 miles
My brake lights will not come one. I have my parking lights, my hazards, my blinkers. I checked the 'stop light fuse' and all seemed well. My uncle believes it to be the brake relay switch. I might have found it but I am not sure. If it is the relay switch, how would I test it and/or fix it? I have a 1990 Toyota Corolla, manual transmission.
Your uncle is correct, the brake light switches is located on the brake pedal
Awesome. Is that easy to fix?
and don't ever say that!!! unless you want it to become complicated
TEST F: INSPECTION OF STOP LIGHT SWITCH CIRCUIT For test procedure, refer to illustration. See Fig. 15 . For connector terminal identification, see Fig. 36 . Fig. 15: Test F: Inspection Of Stop Light Switch Circuit
Wonderful thank you very much for the info.
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