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#1 johnbarwood

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 12:37 PM

I have a problem with the 2 rear brake lights in that neither of them work. The tail lights work and the window brake light works.
I haven't changed the bulbs yet but will tomorrow. I did take out the bulbs and both filaments look intact.

Any one think it's anything other than the bulbs?

Thanks for your time

John

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#2 alfiejts

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 03:14 PM

If the brake light in the rear window works, then its nothing to do with the fuse or the brake light switch. Its either that both bulbs have failed or you have some other very-unusual break in the wiring circuit somewhere at the rear of the wiring loom. First thing to try is to replace the bulbs....

#3 sporty1983

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 04:26 PM

I have a problem with the 2 rear brake lights in that neither of them work. The tail lights work and the window brake light works.
I haven't changed the bulbs yet but will tomorrow. I did take out the bulbs and both filaments look intact.

Any one think it's anything other than the bulbs?

Thanks for your time

John


hi john,
If you dont get your lights fixed i do have yaris rear lights for sale
cheers


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