How to Take Out the Bulbs of the Third Brake Light on a Toyota Corolla?

Answer The high-mounted third brake light on a Toyota Corolla indicates when the brake pedal is depressed and the vehicle is slowing. This is the only dedicated brake light on the car, and if it goes out,... Read More »

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How to Fix a Brake Light on a 1997 Toyota Corolla?

Brake light failure is a common occurrence on vehicles with unsealed taillight assemblies, such as the '97 Corolla. This happens because the gasket that surrounds the assembly on the outside of the... Read More »

Toyota Corolla Brake Light Problems?

Your brake lights warn others of your intent to stop. If the brake lights stop working in your Toyota Corolla, you should not drive the vehicle on public roadways and immediately address the issue ... Read More »

How to Change a Brake Light Bulb on a 94 Toyota Corolla?

The Corolla arrived in the U.S. for the 1968 model year as a simple and inexpensive alternative to large American cars. For the seventh generation -- 1993 through 1997 -- Toyota completely redesign... Read More »

How do I Install a Toyota Corolla Brake Light Switch?

The brake light switch on a Toyota Corolla is mounted to a bracket at the very top and behind the brake pedal arm. It is a small button-type of switch. When the button is extended, the circuit is c... Read More »