Question about 2006 Nissan Armada
If you have power at the unit then it must be an earth problem .
Check the earth , Try running a wire from the earth terminal to a screw or bolt on the car body .
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
There could be a bad earth somewhere in there causing it not to work. either that or the light socket itself could be faulty. check the contacts with a multimeter or test pen. check the wiring for any obvious signs of wear or damage and trace it back to where it joins the right side. hope that helps you out a bit
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