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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 dodge ram 3500 4x4.
first thing to do, go with the replacement of the light bulbs, high beam and low beam are two different fillaments on the ligh bulb, as for the rear also replace the bulbs, when your flasher rellay flashes faster, it means that there is less drop of current in the circuit, like only one light bulb working.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 F150 brake/turn signal
if u checked all the fuse's both in the cab and under hood and the wiring harness at rear of truck for any damage, I suspect the turn signal switch is defective.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: LT signal fault
It is very difficult to diagnose your problem without being in front of your vehicle. But I will let you in on a tip-This vehicle substitutes bulbs for inoperable bulbs i.e. if your brake light goes out the bulb monitoring system will substitute your tail lights in place of the inoperable brake light. It can be frustrating you are not very familiar with your vehicle because when the brake switch is depressed you will see lights on and still get the message on the heads up display. also it is very important that the bulb wattage is exact. any difference in resistance will trigger a inop bulb problem. Also I believe that the turn signal is a dual filament bulb-one for turn signal and the other for your running lights. hopefully I have been helpful
Posted on May 30, 2009
This sounds a bit crazy, but you do not have a good solid ground to your trailer brake lights. You may have to run a separate ground wire from the trailer to the car. Pull your trailer close to the front of your car, close to the battery. Use some wire to connect your trailer to the battery. Then touch each contact one at the time until you learn which port turns on which light(s). Using the wires, only one in the ground connector and the other in the brake connector. gain access to one or both sides of the trailer lights, use another wire and touch the base of the bulbs to the metal of the trailer if the light gets brighter you need to run another ground wire. Hope this helps FixYa up.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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