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Gauges and turn signals go out...not the fuses

We changed all the fuses it's not a relay what is it and how much will it cost?

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Check your battery connections as well as where the battery cable connects to the fusebox and also the earth strap connections on the body

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I just bought a 1983nissan 280zx 2+2 non turbo.drivers side rear running light ot wing But drivers side turn signal is checked bulb fuses ect. also oil gage volt and clock work sometimes and sometimes


You said same socket, so it couldn't be a bad ground or then neither light would work. And you also said there is no power on the tail light wire at the socket? There should be voltage on the wire with park lights on. Find the rear tail harness. Somewhere there at the rear of the car the park light wire (the tail lights, running lights, all the same) will splice off to both sides of the car. You have passenger side lights, so you know the signal is good that far. Somewhere between the splice and the driver's side, the power is lost, maybe right at the splice. So find the harness, it will be either under the car along the frame, or inside the trunk. That's an old effin car, Howard. Are you sure you want to nurse it back to life? lol. Buy a Haynes manual for it - it will save you money in repairs. Good wiring diagrams, too.
Are those gauges in the instrument panel, and not aftermarket? If they are in the dash, I may know what it might be. I have an '87 Sentra. Fuel gauge, temperature gauge, and warning lights, and turn signals would only work intermittently. Car would start and run, but those things- sometimes not, or they would come on way after down the road. I traced it down to a faulty ignition relay in a relay block above the instrument fuse panel. The run wire out of the ignition switch trips this relay on, and it sends power to a portion of the fuse panel that has the fuses for the gauges and turn signal lights. Replacing the relay was the answer-they always work now. Your gauges may be similar, but almost as likely a loose connection somewhere.

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My car will not start it cranks but will not turn on. So far I have changed the crank sensor I also have no spark to coil packs or spark plugs Fuel pump does not turn on when I turn the key. What is the...


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No spark and no gas? Fuel pump fuse good? I think I would use a test light or multimeter to check that fuel pump fuse terminal has power to it with key on. If that's good, pull connector off at fuel tank and check for a voltage signal on fuel pump wire when the engine is cranking-if good signal, fuel pump needs taken out for replacement or inspection. If no signal check that fuel pump relay has power to it. With key off, pull the relay and check that one terminal has power to it-the feed wire for the pump. If no power signal at all, check maxi fuses or fusible links for a failure.

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Turn signals wont work


This problem usually is either the relay, fuse, or bulbs. To know if it is/isn't the relay, with the car on, turn on the turn signal and listen for clicking. If you hear it, then the relay is working. If you don't hear it, then the relay needs to be replaced. Very rarely the wiring is the cause. To test the wiring, get access to the fuse box for the turn signals. Grab a multimeter, take out the fuse, then insert leads into the opposing slots. Turn the meter on to DC voltage mode, then turn on the car and flick the turn signal on. You should see spikes whenever the turn signal turns on. If you don't see spikes, then the wiring or the bulbs is dead. Replace all the bulbs, then run the test again and if the meter still doesn't spike, then you need to check all the wires for cracks or melting. If you have to replace wires, install the same gauge wire as was previously there. Use a wire stripper to get a good judge of the gauge.

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If you have a relay/fuse panel on your driver's side, somewhere below your steering-wheel, try listening for the same sound when it would usually happen.

When I had this issue last, a bad fuse for my turn-signals the cause. It would just start clicking like normal, and then go triple speed at random.

For the gauges -With someone watching the gauges ( and car running ) try Gently shaking the wire/harnesses around your fuse/relay box and see if it fluctuates while you do it. If it does, you will need to isolate the wire, most likely the common connection in that system.

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They're a few dollars at Autozone and easy to replace.

The short/overload killing the dash gauges will be a bit harder to troubleshoot...Do the gauges die with the parking lights, or only after the switch is all the way out to headlights?

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