1991 Toyota Camry Questions

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The rear running lights stopped working on my car. But the brake lights still work. Usually a light comes on in dash when a light is blown and I've not seen it yet and the bulbs look fine. Is there a fuse I need to check and change?

Driving n dash lights went out. Parking lights still work. Also Reverse lights dont work but I think thats a separate issue. If it is a fuse, which one?

drives fine in drive, won't back-up in reverse, but shifts into reverse just fine.

Drained 3 gallons thru fuel line at tank, but slow. Is there another faster way to drain water/gas from tank?

what would cause this instant vibrating stall when the car is put in drive. car does not have a miss so i don't think it's the plugs or wires. car idles fine in park and neutral and works fine in reverse. just stalls in drive.

light sometimes comes on when i KNOW theres 5 gal of fuel in tank. the gauge was reading 1/4 tank now after fuel additive its reading about 1/8 tnk. the tank is darn near full.

i checked it myself. the car starts fine. if you put it in reverse, or neutral the engine works fine. but when you put it in drive it vibrates and stalls.

car idles fine in park, and does fine when put into reverse or neutral. but as soon as the shift goes into drive the car vibrates and stalls every time.

when i pump the gas pedal it helps increase pick up also has no power when passing

the car doe,s this every time i drive it

When I slow down at an intersection or slow down for a corner and attempt to accurate the car revs like it is in neutral. The problem goes away once the car has cooled down. Do I need to replace the transmission or could it be something else, like a sensor?

If there is anyone else having this problem, this link may be of use although currently there is no resolution to the issue