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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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there is a short in the harness for your turn signal dimmer switch . this could be because of a bad connector or your module is bad. this will take a little time but first check the fuse on the brake light side chances are it's blown. next your going to have to check the cionnections under the dash look at the main harness connections. also remove the steering column cover to look at the wiring of the module and the module itself look for loose are bad connections as well. please rate this thanks
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
Hi, you might want to look at the earth connection at both tail lights. If the earth connection is faulty the other lights earth through the other circuits connected to the tail lights which will cause the brake lights and turning signal lights to come on at the same time. If the earth connections are fine it might be that you have a short circuit on one of the circuits going to the tail lights.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
I think a ******** has got into it:
first make absolutely sure that the correct bulbs are in the right socket. there are two different bulbs that fit the same socket and there being a 50/50 chance generally the odds are against you. if you have ever followed anyone who had one bright tail light and one dim one, you have seen this in action. there is a two element bulb and a one element bulb that both fit the same socket.
second if you have a stake truck then you may have aftermarket tail light assemblies which again means someone who most likely did not know what he was doing wired them in. you have a ground, a hot for lights, a hot for brakes, and a hot for signals. someone could have the hots for brakes and lights spliced together instead of going to the larger wattage element in the two element bulb.
eliminate both possibilities
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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