Questions & Answers for: 94 toyota corolla brake light

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...toyota corrolla My corrolla 94 tail brake light switch stays on all the time Normally this is caused by a problem with the brake light switch. If you don't take care of this soon you will have a dead ...

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Corolla. Brake lights remain on, even with 1993 Corolla. Brake lights remain on, even with engine switched off. Brake light on dash remains on. Definately the brake light switch,locatedabove the brake

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Question about 1999 Corolla

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toyota corolla and i have problems with the brake lights . I have change the bulbs . I have check my fuses , i have also change the brake pad switch . I was told that i to change the brake switch with

94 corolla brake light switch location? 94 Corolla, No brake lights, stuck in park. Switch location? The brake light switch is on your brake pedal.You may have more then one switch on the pedal. test ...

Question about 1987 Corolla 2 Door

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Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan. RE: Brake lights The brake lights will not go off. Trying to locate the little switch that controls the on and off position of the brake lights. The car is a 1987 toyota ...

minimum brake disc thickness 94 Toyota Corolla Does anyone know the minimum brake disc thickness on a 94 Toyota Corolla? 0.669 BRAKE DISC MINIMUM THICKNESS.

Question about 1995 Corolla

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...toyota corolla base, and when my headlights are on my brake lights stay on, but when the headlights are off the interior dash lights up when u step on the brakes and the parking lights turn on.. any ...

...toyota corolla brake lights won't turn off 1994 toyota corolla brake lights won't turn off Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. You need to check the brake switch. Your brake pedal contacts the ...

Question about 1993 Corolla

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1993 toyota corolla brake light my 1993 toyota corolla brake light wont turn off check the switch on the brake pedal

94 toyota corolla brake light switch keeps burning out. change it out twice already. ther is a flaw in the wiring/harness causing too much current--can be quite a project to find--start at lite ...

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