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1999 I need to know what relay to change, for the running lights.... front and back, I have head lights, turn sigs, and haz lights ......???

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  • jlb41461 Feb 04, 2010

    they were working fine, and I was changing a bulb, and now no running lights ?????



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Good day. well sir you may just need to check the fuse, if you have a faulty or broken fuse just replace it for a new one. it will surely work. have a nice day.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010


Look under the left side of the drivers steering wheel (on the left side kick panel) and remove the fuse box lid cover. Flip the cover over and there is a fuse diagram, find the fuse that operates your running lights. Replace the fuse with the same amp fuse. If it is not the fuse, check each light bulb in your taillight and blinker lights (look at the front blinker bulbs too), if one bulb is burned out then it could make all of your running lamps not work.

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There are no fuses for my 2011 Jeep Wrangler. no hazard fuses at all .they think that it might have to do with computer in my engine

not true box is under hood now. look there first.
the operator guide tells this...
all 4 exterior lamps dead, in HAZ mode but not TURN mode?
is the cluster dead?, or just the haz green icon lamps dead in cluster>. see it blink there?

short answer.
the fuse is invisible and fully electronic on this car.

tell full symptoms, and win.
and scan it.

Long answer: (no fuses? ,well that is not true, in total)
I guess you didn't open the hood, and see all fuses moved there in 2007, in the new TIPM, total integrated power module. there are tons fuse there, , ill review the system and i own one, and full docs on it, and more)

please tell us the symptoms. first,? not a guess first, and search of parts that don't exist.

tell is what works right and what not not , THE WHOLE OF CAR MATTERS. are all pod switches dead?

car runs and drives ok?
at night runs ok with bright head lights??
do the Turn blinkers work?, and wipers, and all other features?
only hazards dead? just that ????

the 2007 Jeeps radically changed on this year.
sorry 2, it's not the pcm bad for engine.

the car has other computers, not just one and they network now.
yes check all fuses first, as some fuses , that may seem unrelated
blown may cause network errors.
the TIPM fuse, and others. The TIPM is a computer as is the switch bank.,

THE FLOW: (end to end)
the haz button on the Pod switch bank, sends a serial signal (data command) to the TIPM , via the CAN-bus network
we must scan the pCm to see those errors. on that bus.
if present.
the pod needs power as does the TIPM needs power
that is why I ask do other things fail , or not.
if the haz button worked, (transmitted ok) the cluster would flash
it listens on the can-bus for the same transmissions.
this allows it to flash the cluster lamp, (independent of TIPM)
so does the dash cluster lamps flash? and click?
If the cluster fails to flash that is because, the network transmitted signal failed.
if does flash, in the custer but not 4 lamps on 4 corner of the car that means the TIPM failed to receive this can-bus transmitted signal. or the TIMP has problems..
If turns work, and not HAZ at this point id suspect bad TIMP
or some very odd CAN-BUS errors
this is why we....
i scan first. to see if there are communication errors
or error from the TIPM.

The haz module can be dead, if Fuse M20, is blown.
why not test all fuses, and avoid having to learn all this????
as seen below,
then M13 if blink fail. (only)
so if blinks are good, Turns
and haz fails ONLY, then fuse m20 is bad.
if not, bad, (including cluster dead for same)
then the TIPM programming is bad, or some strange, communications lost here.

M20 fuse runs the switch bank, that would kill all power on all switches on the switch bank , including HAZ
and M20 runs the cluster ALSO, killing it dead. if m20 blows.
m20 runs the computer in the cluster. (one more computer)

now the TIPM , it has one fuse, and if blown kills a vast array of feature, all from it.
fuse J31, powers the TIPM if this fuses blows the TIPM goes dead. and vast things fail, over more that 25 things, (im not listing them)
That is the reason for no haz fuse. is because there is no has fuse just for HAZ. (but the m20 runs many things,not just HAZ)

the TIPM main power, connects to a highpowered transistor driver
that drives, the 4 lamps. 4 corners of car DIRECTLY.
be that turns or haz, same electronic drivers for 2 features.

using no fuses. this is because the magic drivers have electronic roll back, circuits , effectually acting as electronic fuses,automatically
.same with wipers
The FSM explains all this. (book for car from jeep)
see the red words here,its a quote.

full DC distribution here, all fuses. 2008 JK

so what to do.?
1:next time tell if turn sigs work and state that car drives ok at night with head lights on, all other things work.?
2: check all fuses under hood, in the TIPM. (old name PDC)
3: scan PCM. using a modern scan tool, all scanners work.
then report all DTC errors.
easy as 1,2,3. no?

for the features you have opted, are all dead/?
min has ESP, does your ESP work or is it dead too.
when you turn on parking lights, my esp and haz glow.
when push the esp the cluster, shows, skidding car ICON.
does yours.? aka, bank switch, other name for pod.
full drawning of below is on linked page above. look there.

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I'm needing the wiring diagram for my 2007 Chevrolet Impala LT 3.5 tail lights.

Go to free wiring diagrams ! You having tail light problems ? Do you know how they work ?

They are turned on by the BCM !
Park, Tail, Marker and License Lamps
The park, tail, license, and marker lamps are turned ON when the headlamp switch is placed in either the HEAD or PARK lamp positions, or anytime the automatic light control (ALC) turns the headlamps ON. When the headlamp switch is placed in the park lamp or headlamp positions, ground from G202 is applied through the signal circuit to the BCM indicating the park lamp request. In response to this signal, the BCM applies ground through the park lamp relay control circuit energizing the PARK LP PCB Relay. With the relay energized, battery voltage is applied through the switch side of the relay, both park lamp fuses, and the supply voltage circuits illuminating the park, tail marker, and license lamps. Ground for the left front park and marker lamps is provided at G101 and the right front park and marker lamps at G100. Ground for all rear lamps is provided at G302.
Turn Signal Lamps
The LT T/SIG and RT T/SIG fuses located in the underhood fuse block supplies battery positive voltage to the body control module (BCM) for turn signal and hazard lamp operation. When the turn signal switch is place in either the LEFT or RIGHT position, ground from G202 is applied through the turn signal switch signal circuit to the BCM indicating the turn signal request. In response to this signal, the BCM applies a pulsating voltage to the front and rear turn signal lamps supply voltage circuits cycling the lamps ON and OFF. The BCM also sends a message via GMLAN to the instrument panel cluster (IPC) to cycle the turn signal indicator ON and OFF depending on the position of the turn signal switch.
Ground for the turn signal lamps is supplied as follows:
G101 provides ground for the left front turn signal lamp

G100 provides ground for the right front turn signal lamp

G302 provides ground for the left and right rear turn signal lamps

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2006 Hi there, my suzuki grand vitara harzard lamps have stopped working. all the fuses are ok some one said to check the relay ? can any one help

Q1: all 4 dead?
Q2: do blinkers work ? hummmm covers all this, log in and read>?
does car run perfectly
do all other lamps work? full bright head lights.
cranks fast not slow
battery charged? main car battery?
fuse meter good
fuse haz/turn good?
the tail fuse and tail relay most work or the HAZ switch is dead.
is the haz lamp dead? triangle ICON lamp?> in dash.

the schematic is below.
when you turn on the haz button , this sends 0v (ground) logic signal to the BCM puter.
and the turn /haz relay.
the blinker switch has its own inputs to the RELAY .
so one can fail and other work, and not stated, sadly.
its not really a relay its and electronics module.
(means testing it, is not relay like at all)
12v on both pins on left ? top.
in haz mode 0v on the yellow wire.?
if yes , yes, yes, then the relay is bad

the 48 slot is haz/blink relay module.

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Hazard lights work but why don't the turn signals and interior lights?

haz ok. , both left and right bLINK FAIL?
that means the lamps are ok and wires to them,
on most cars, the blinkers have their own fuse.
like all electric fails, check fuses first.
why buy parts guessing, $150 combo switch for a 10cent fuse?
first diagnose it , then buy parts. and save money.
heck try a repair shop, they will diagnose it cheap.
ill now look up your cars blink wiring.

the dome fuse runs the interior lamps.

horn, runs hazards. (tricky no.)>?
there is a Small fuse. Name small, (yes odd )
the back fuse must be good too, as it feeds the turn/haz relay
yes there is a relay here.
horn, small, back FUSES, and FLASH relay must be good.
seem the flasher is bad.
see here at ?

page 1 of 2.(part)


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Parking lights stuck on

the park lamp relay is stuck on. its bad or the control to it is bad.
hazards next.
ok HAZ does glow park to park is a red herring.
the HAZ relay is stuck on, or controls to it are bad
the BCM 100% controls hazard at all times
the BCM gets and input from you , that you want HAZ and then closes the relay/
the HAZ switch ground pin 18 on the BCM, it not 12v here the switch is bad.
IF NOT< bad switch input the HAZ relay is bad.

Dash Fuse Box , fuse 7 is haz. and the relay is there.
replace the relay or the switch,
if you unplug the relay the haz will die.
i bench test relays and am not , doing that here.

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Turn signal flasher relay location in

drop glove box totally down and look to left of opening back toward radio. Attached to a bar with3-4 more relays t/sig in the middle

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Tail lights and dash lights is no working

did you check them in the dark to see if , not just dim?
what sub model, EX, or LX? the LX is very different.
the car has 2 fuse boxes. did you know that, most cars do.
the fuse is called fuse #10 (fuse 10 runs hazards too, are haz dead?)
box one in cab, and 2 in engine bay.
the HAZ fuse is marked, HAZ

park/dash dim all dead, this is the largest path in car, over 20 lamps on most cars. (lots of places to mess up)
all are dead, all parks, front , rear, side and cab (dim) dead??????
even the license plate lamp>>>> details?,,,,, help, im blind..
here ill login to for you, so can you at anytime.

ok this car can have a tail light relay. the LX dont have one.
the combo switch (1st click ) turns on park(tails)
and the relay energizes and runs all the park lamps.
but not on the LX, the LX is switch direct drive to all parks.

found this with google. NON LX !!!

Fuse #10 (15A) Audio unit, pocket light, clock, climate control, cruise switch light, gauge assembly, hazard switch light, heater control panel, interior lights switch light, driver's multiplex control unit, power sliding doors switch light, rear A/C switch light, taillight relay TCS swtich light.

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I just purchased a 1996 cavalier. It didn't have an owners manual and i need to know what the abrieviations on the fuse box stand for. I'm trying to find the fuse for the brake lights and rear turn...

Hi, the likely problem is the turn signal switch. The signals and brake lights use different fuses. You can get an owners manual here:

A new switch is about $40, and it isn't too hard to replace. Make sure you get one that has the same controls as yours does. To replace the switch, remove the covers from the steering column, disconnect the switch and unscrew it from the column.

Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.


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Tail lights don't work on 1998 Chevy Silverado.

check the wiring from the tailights back to the fuse panel, it sounds like an open connection. if i recall correctly check under the dash on the drivers side near the fuse panel for a bunch of wires in a bundle and look carefully for a wire or two that are cut/shorted/or seperated, you can also check under the drivers side kick panel by the hood release.

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Dash wiring

sounds like the switch... these cars are notorious for this problem, some lights will work and some wont.

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