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Toyota Camry Tail Light Bulb Replacement Guide
If you are wondering how to access the rear exterior lights in a Toyota Camry so you can replace a light bulb that stopped working you will first need to open the trunk. The trunk release is located on the driver’s side floor right in front of the seat. Lift the handle with the picture of the car with the trunk open and you should hear the trunk pop.
To access the tail light assembly bulbs you will need to remove the trunk liner and the plastic cover that protects the bottom trunk opening.
In order to remove the trunk liner rivets use a flat head screwdriver to lift the center of the rivet which will release pressure on the plastic retaining clip so you can pull it straight out. You will also need to remove the cargo net hook by pressing in on the center button and then pulling it straight out.
Turn the back up light bulb socket a quarter of a turn counter clockwise and pull it straight out of the hole in the trunk lid. Remove the Toyota Camry reverse light bulb from the plastic bulb assembly by pulling it straight out. The OEM replacement and aftermarket part number for the reverse light bulb is a style 921 clear wedge bulb.
The License plate light bulbs are located in the center of the trunk lid and their replacement bulb number is 2825.
Before you replace the trunk liner make sure you test the new light bulbs first in case the lights are not working after you replace the bulb. Check to make sure you have reattached all of the wiring harnesses securely. If the lights are still not working you may have a blown fuse or relay. See the Toyota Camry Fuse Box Location and Diagram for further assistance in finding the fuse or relay location. Please see Toyota Camry Maintenance and Repair Guides for more DIY replacement instructions.
There are many manufactures of these bulbs like Sylvania, GE, AC Delco and Philips. There are also replacement LED tail light and turn flasher bulbs that you may also want to try made by companies like Putco and Pure. LED bulbs may not work for all replacement bulbs as they may not be bright enough. When installing LED replacement bulbs you may also need to install an LED Flasher Module and Load Resistors so please do your research before attempting an LED mod.
This how to remove the tail light bulb guide may also be helpful to owners of similar model vehicles like the Toyota, Lexus and Scion models such as the Corolla, Solara, Avalon, Celica, Corona, Cressida, Matrix, Supra, Tercel, Paseo, Venza, MR2, Yaris, Echo, IS 250, ES 350, GS 350, LS 460, IQ, TC, XB, and XD. Some newer model vehicles use LED tail light assemblies which you can not replace the individual bulbs in, instead you will have to change out the tail light assembly housing completely. Before attempting any automotive maintenance or repair please refer to your owners manual for specific OEM guidelines, part numbers and maintenance intervals on when to change the Camry light bulbs.
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