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under the rear truck there is a junction block with 3 harness
turn signals left side yellow wire
turn signal right side green wire
parking lights brown wire
you should find your problem could be the junction block itself look for water inside terminal at harness
hope it helps
You need to purchase the trailer wire kit that has a solid state module that will allow the lights operate correctly. It plugs right in the factory socket, no cutting of wires are needed, and it costs around 40 dollars. It is the only way to go for your vehicle.
poor ground, check the wire harness, this is the one that comes from front of vehicle to the rear and plugs into the wires that go to the rear lights. trace the wire coming out of the light itself and eventually you will see that it comes to a connector that attaches to the wiring harness.
You most likely have a short in your wiring. Meaning, there is probably a rip in the insulation around one of the wires and it is grounding itself out somewhere. Check the wire harness in your trunk for physical damage.
I found out it had a after market trailer hitch lighting, and it had its own little circut board, and the board was all burnt up. So all I did was cut the wires and took the wiring harness out and works like new...
Unfortunately, there is no easy solution here. I had the same problem with my race car. I swapped a 96 2.2 into my 97 racecar and ended up having to also swap the engine wiring harness, computer, instrament cluster and pass module. The engine harness will bolt to the interior harness even though the wire colors are not the same. Just make sure you match the large yellow wire on the 96 harness to the large purple wire on the 97 harness. It sounds pretty complicated but it only took me maybe an hour to perform the swap. Now I'm back up and running and will be racing again this weekend.