Question about 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport
I just purchased a 1994 four
winds RV, ford E350. When I turn on the lights, the front running lights
work fine, but none of the rear running lights or back-up lights
work at all. The blinkers were also not working, but I cleaned out
all of the rust from the bulb sockets and now they work fine. I have
checked all of the rear running lights bulbs and the back-up bulbs
and they are good. I have also checked the fuses.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your socket may not be grounded properly, I have seen this before, and the simplest way to fix is change the socket with a new one.Not another used one it may also be bad.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Id look at the headlight switch and do some voltage tests to see whats coming out of there. Pay close attention to any wires which look like someone was in there already.People can mess stuff up faster and better than the vehicle can by itself!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
You have a broken wire to the turn/brake light portion of the light as they use the same wire. Or where the plug goes into the light assy could be bad. Torsion mount lights are horrible and you should think about replacing with a universal light that you can wire direct.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
it sounds like you are getting corrosion in the socket from water leaking in. Then you end up with high resistance which then causes more current draw whcih then overheats the socket and bulb.
You need to clean the socket very good or replace it if it's on a short wireing harness with a connector. They are @ $20.00.
Then you need to spray some electrical contact cleaner/deoxidizer in the socket to kep it protected. Go to Radio Shack or an auto store to get this.
Finally, look for how the water is getting in there. Sometimes the lens has a gap between the outer lens and lamp body. Seal the entire joint where the lens is attached to the body with a clear silicone sealer. Let us know your outcome. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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