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Used Toyota Coursey Lamp Assemblys
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About Coursey Lamp Assemblys
The Toyota courtesy lamp assembly is the complete unit of all of the components that make up a courtesy lamp. Parts usually include the bulb, the lamp base, a lens to cover the bulb and a switch to turn the light on. Wires are then attached to the Toyota courtesy lamp assembly in order to fit it to the vehicle’s power supply.
Courtesy lights are found in the interior of the vehicle, sometimes in the front or rear of the roof in the passengers seating area or in the door area in the rear. There are however, some vehicles, such as the Volvo that have Toyota courtesy lamp assemblies in the driverside floor of the vehicle. These are more prone to wear due to their location and are more likely to need replacement than Toyota courtesy lamp assemblies situated in other parts of the vehicle.
Failure of the Toyota courtesy lamp assemblies can be caused by simple means such as a blown bulb but should be investigated further in case the issue is caused by damage to the wiring of the lighting system. Another part of the assembly that may fail is the light switch.
- The Toyota company got its start making automated looms in 1033. Founder Sakichi Toyoda even invented the automated loom and then sold them off to try and get into the car industry. There is still an arm of Toyota that is still in the textile industry!
- As well as the best selling car of all time, Toyota is also responsible for the longest-running production on a car model ever. The Toyota model Land Cruiser started production in 1951, and as of 2019 has sold over 10 million units!
- Toyota has thousands and thousands of patents, and in 2019 it gave away an incredible 23,740 patents that had been awarded over more than 20 years. Those patents were all focused on electric vehicle technology.
- The founder's son, Kiichiro Toyoda, did a trip around the US to get inspiration for car designs. That's why those early Toyota cars look more than a little bit like Chevrolets and Dodge Power Wagons.
- It's not exactly a secret, but surprisingly few people are aware that Toyota also makes a couple of other brand-name cars. That's because they own or partially own Lexus, Subaru, and Scion.