Wont come on. lots of wires and dont want to tear noting up and cant find a wirediagram to color code. dont know if the relay is on the transaxle or in the pcm. fuses god and reverse works great. can someone send me a wire diagram or let me know what I am to be looking for. Oh yeah and bulbs are good.
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Hot in run fuse # 15 then it goes to the automatic or standard switch then its goes to the reverse lamps. its pink from the fuse to the switch then its light green to the lamps. make sure you have a good ground........ good luck jimmy
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Dont know the colors off hand. But this is what i do know. You will find with a test light. And with the key on one wire will light the test light real dim...that will be the sending unit power out .now have some one turn the key off and on till.you find a wire that lights your test light real bright only for about three seconds then go off. This will be fuel pump relay wire
apparently there has been a Daewoo technical bulletin that says problems with low beam and DRL on some 2005-6 Optras caused by a melted wire in the s201 splice pack on the IP harness. If I knew where that was I might be able to fix the same problem on my Optra. Tried new light switch but no success.
Driver's side Stop / Turn : Light green w/ White stripe wire Pass Side Stop / Turn : White w/ Light blue stripe wire
Another option ( for use with the factory trailer circuits ) is to add / replace the factory tow adapter. eTrailer has them, if you are interested. This is the type adapter as Ford p/n: YL3Z-13A576-G. You would need to install the relay and the fuses for the trailer circuits if you do this.