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My light does not work. I have a wire with no juice
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Work the 4-way flasher switch rapidly in and out several times. It sounds like the combination switch is corroded. 80% of the time you can clear it by working the 4-way switch (may have to use electronic contact cleaner sprayed into switch as well). The brake lights run through the combination switch (turn signal/wiper switch) to the rear bulbs but the third brake light is fed before the switch.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Afellow ranger owener Ihave an 85 that iv,e had for 23 years but it has a mechical pump but i also have the factory manaul that covers the electric pump. According to the wireing diagramstarting at the fuel pump relay and working backto the pumps there are two pumps in this systen one is in the tank and a high pressure inline pump mounted to the frame rail. OK 37 yellow powers the relay from ignition switch comes out of relay as 787 PK/BK -H goes to a switch called a inertia switch and says opens at impact so i would think it brakes the currciut in a crash it has connection on bolth sides and is 37 Ythen turns back to 787 PK/BK -H Then goes to the in line pump witch is grounded by 57 BK 787 splits and runs to in tank pump this wire 787 PK/BK -H between the two pumps is sopposed to be a 1000 OMHS resistor wire goes through the motor witch grounds 57 BK and 29 Y/W come from the sending unit in tank and feed fuel gage
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
unfortunately, your going to have to trace that wire all the way from the brake light switch to the back of the car...no easy fix here..wish you luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2012
Yes it call a schematic though, if you do a search for your car or truck make and what you need a drawing of it usually comes up.
Posted on Feb 15, 2015
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