Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Hi,if it has drum bracks it could be brack dust inside the drum,if its disk bracks they might need copper- slick put on the brack pades,on the side that faces the brack-caliper.
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Posted on Oct 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wiring Issues
Thank you for allowing me to assist with your problem.
Regarding your fuse issue, there may be a couple of things to look for...the first thing that I would look for is corrosion at the wiring harness connector under the bed that feeds the rear taillamps. Salt, water intrusion and the like can cause these contacts to oxidize, and the oxidation can spread across the teminals, shorting out to the ground wire in the same connector. Most noticible in the "snow-belt" states, or if you put boats in water. Check for corrosion in this connector, if it is OK, please get back to me for other info.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
We would suggest that you look at the wiring connector under the bed, that feeds the taillamps.
You will probably find a coroded wire in the connector. If the 3rd brake lamp works, all of the fuses and switches are good.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
Testimonial: "All connectors were fine. It ended up being that both brake light blubs blew at the same time. Thanks"
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