Question about 2002 Chevrolet S-10
Bulbs good. No power at socket. Wire ohmed from socket to fuse box. All fuses good. Tryed new turn switch also. Any other suggestions?
Questions? Do any of your brake lights work? Including Center Stop? Do your parking/taillights lights work? All your bulbs are multi-filiment bulbs that work through mulitple sources. Knowing which bulbs are doing what under all conditions might help narrow down the problem. Meanwhile, check for continuity between, stoplight switch and multifuntion switch (white wire). Also, check DrkBlue/White from MFSw. to Boby Control module. BE SURE to use a low inpedance tester to protect your modules. The DrkBl/Wh wire is your rigth side input. I may be a good idea while testing these wires to wiggle them to look for intermitent shorts.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Check the fuse inside the car and then check the fuse under the HOOD inside the relay box. :)
Posted on May 05, 2009
Take a test light (not self powered) turn on park lights. Ground test light. Touch it to known hot. If it lights, you know you have a good ground for testing. Now, with lights still on, probe the bottom terminals being careful not to touch sides of light socket.Find terminal that lights up indicating park lights. Now, probe other terminal. Have an assistant press the brake. If it lights up, also try turn signal. If it lights up, problem may be with distorted or otherwise misaligned socket. As with any electrical circuit, ground is imperative. If corrosion has made its way into the ground wire terminal. Cut it off and replace it. Let us know.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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