Brake

Asked by May May 02, 2016 at 01:52 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My push start button wont light uo wen stepoing
on brakr to start the car...also wen the car do start,
there is no brake light...can anyone tell me the
solution

4 Answers

Have someone start the vehicle and step on and off on the brake pedal. You go to the rear of this vehicle and check your brake lights. Do you see 3 lights go on and off?

Can you get turn on the Accessories by pushing the button with your foot off the brake pedal? If yes, try starting with the transmission in Neutral instead of Park. Check to be sure the "back-up" (reverse) lights are working. If the fuse for the back-up lights is blown, push button start is disabled. I learned this the hard way.

There may be a Toyota Technical Service Bulletin for this issue...but...more details need to be provided. Are there any WARNING LIGHTS ON?

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