Question about 1986 Chevrolet Chevy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have dash lights? If you don't then the problem with the tail lights is a bad headlight switch. Tail and dash lights are on the same circuit. If the dash lights are working then you will have to go to the connector under the box on the driver's side just behind the bumper. Chances are there is corrosion there. It could be in the connector but is more likely to be at the back where the wires go in. Use a test light on both sides of the connector to check. You should have 4 wires, brown for tail lites, yellow for driver's blinker, dark green for other blinker and light green for back up. Also check and probably repair the black ground wires. Make sure they are clean bare metal and so too the place where they ground on the body. If this doesn't work, pull the wire harness out of the box and check it carefully for cracks in the insulation where it could ground out or breaks in the wire. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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