|10-03-2010 07:17 PM|
|10-03-2010 07:10 PM|
Heres where I traced all of the blinker lights, fog lights and head lights wires to. It's the white wire going to the back of the grill above the headlight harness. I cant remove the washer holding the wire on to the back of the grill. Should I cut it and relocatethe mounting point or splice another wire into it?
|10-03-2010 07:00 PM|
|Mreynolds69||If you have a multimeter you can do an ohms test (one side on the housing, the other side touching a ground). You can also do a voltage test as well. However I believe you are getting voltage since both side and front are powered by the same source from the multifunction switch.|
|10-03-2010 06:53 PM|
|Mreynolds69||Unscrew the housing, twist the bulb housing out, pull the connectors apart and the bulb out (be careful not to break any clips) clean them and look for corrosion. I swapped my right turn signal housing with my left to see if the housing had a short. You should apply all dielectric grease to all connections to waterproof them, protect them from future corrosion and provide a better connection.|
|10-03-2010 06:16 PM|
|BigSahara||OK will do. Just another bit of info. When the right turn signal is on without the headlights being on, the front blinker is not on while the fender blinker is. When the right turn signal is on with the headlights being on the front blinker is on while the fender blinker is not on. I will see if I can find the ground.|
|10-03-2010 05:30 PM|
|10-03-2010 05:27 PM|
This was perfect for diagnosing my faulted wire that was causing turn signal failure in the multifunction switch. If your flashers are working and your ground us good and you have the correct bulbs, then you might have a short inside the multifunction switch (try advanced auto parts or autozone, before calling the dealership).
|10-03-2010 05:04 PM|
|BigSahara||where should I look for that and what color wire would it be?|
|10-03-2010 05:02 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||My first suspicion would be that the right blinker is missing its ground connection.|
|10-03-2010 05:00 PM|
Right blinker not working when headlights are on
So my blinkers and headlights work fine independently but when my headlights are on, my right blinker is solid on and will not blink. I recently installed aftermarket LED tail lights and reverse lights and did some rewiring. All the wires that are supposed to go together are together. What could be the problem? Does anyone have a wiring diagram for the tail lights and headlights?