Question about 1993 Nissan Pathfinder
My tail lights, brake lights, turn signals and dash lights (including the clock and seatbelt lights do not work when turning the vehicle on but after a few bumps down the road the lights come on and work fine until the car is turned off. I noticed this problem after an oil change. I have un plugged the trailer lights. checked the fuses in the panel under the stearing column. unplugged and reconnect all connections in the steering column, and tail light access panels. I have checked the battery connections. The ignition switch works but is a little sloppy. Sometimes when starting it does nothing until you move your foot on the clutch pedal like the clutch safety switch is mis alligned, but it has been that way since I owned the vehicle
Move the harnesses back and forth,both inside under the drivers side and under the firewall on the engine side if the drivers side where they go where you say its intemittant to the relay/breaker/fuse box under the hood,if they keep coming back on and going out randomly,its surely not a short,but a poor connection to this power line bus that feeds all these circuits,especially if they ALL go out at the same time and heal themselves till you hit a bump
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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