Having problems with your 1996 Toyota Camry ?

My 1996 Toyota Camry's back-up lights are out, bulbs are fine. A blown fuse? The driver's manual directs me to the passenger side kick panel. Where do I find this and how do I remove it to get

\015 I need help figuring out how to get my back-up lights working. The bulbs are fine: I switched them out and put in new ones and the lights still didn't work, and the old bulbs look the same as the new ones, not burned out. My next guess is there's a blown fuse. The fuse connected with the back-up lights is apparently in the passenger side kick panel. Where is this? How do I remove it? If it isn't a fuse, what should I try next?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-06-2018

Answers :

Look on the shift linkage,shift cable or the transaxle,
for a back up switch

Call or stop by a dealer & walk in the back service bay,
from the outside & ask a tech were the sw is
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