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83 ford bronco no parking lights or taillights both markers blink with right turn break lights are dim

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This sounds like a bad ground to rear lights, look at the frame near rear bumper or follow ground from lights and check the ground where it bolts to frame. hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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2003 Jeep liberty right front turn signal


why skip RR lamp? what does IT DO? be like 1st 1st look.
dim, out, fast?

the rapid is talking to you
it means current is wrong,
shorted, or open lines. to the right.
its the wiring
if the bulbs are like 1157 brass base bulbs
why not replace them first , they can short inside,
asking online for guessing is silly, why listen to 10 examples for this.
but is cut wires.
shorted wires.
keep i mind the blinker asks funny for both opens and shorts
its a feature, that.
low current or too much.

the acid test is connect 2 TEST bulbs in parallel to the multi-function switch output right side,
blinks ok now, bingo bad lamps or bad wiring, from there to the right side.

if the hazard fails you never said????
if rigth front is dim or dead the bulb is blown or shorted
if new bulb there , then the wires are shorted.
to it.
the only help on line worth squat is how to test and use your meter.
you can, check for voltage
you can check continuity on that line (its just 1 wire)
and check for shorts on that wire to ground (lamps pulled right side to do that, lamps read 0 ohms cold)
look for collision damage RF? behind lamp sockets?
be first.
in my book.
looking is always first. sure.


I have your SM book open now, chapter 8w-50
the haz/blink module has just 2 pins, left and right out.
pin 3 on the module runs front and rear blinks, (a fact to know)
RF is BR/RD, brown -red stripe?
all comments USA on USA forum. USA car.
ok?

the right side lamp (sidemaker) only blinks turns if parks ARE oFF

Id try 2 new blinker lamps front and 1 rear.
that be first. or test the lamp on a battery , and no not get burned fingers hot wring a shorted lamp.

wish i knew
what rear did
and what both did on HAZ
out, dim or to fast.

Mar 23, 2017 | 2003 Jeep Liberty

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Ford f450 running lights and taillights out


Assuming it is gas, not diesel and not a dually. If 15A fuse 22 in the smart junction box (SJB) is OK, power is getting to the park lamp relay. Setting the main light switch to AUTO programs the microprocessor in the SJB to close the relay and turn on the marker lamps (VIO/WHT wire) as well as the five roof marker lamps if you have them. The closed relay also turns on the park filaments of the front park/turn lamps and the rear park/stop/turn lamps (VIO/WHT wire)

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Can not get my tail lights to work onk 1989 gmc truc


The front park lights work correct? If the front park lights work than there is not a problem with the light switch since the brown wire from the switch supplies power to the front park lights, front side markers, and the rear taillights. There should be twelve volts on the brown wire from the headlight switch with the connector plugged in and the park lights turned on. If this is true that there is a problem with the wiring to the back of the vehicle. A thorough inspection of the harness should reveal the problem. The dim break and blinkers support the above. High resistance also know as corrosion, in the wires or connections would cause this problem.

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Why taillight works but doesnt blink when i use turn signal


Hi. Usually, when the light will work but not blink the problem is that the flasher is bad. Replace the flasher and you should be fine. It is located under the dash, usually to the right of the steering column. It is about a seven dollar item at any auto parts store. J.

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I would check the ground wire for the parking light circuit, especially around and in the light socket where you replaced the bulb.

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Turn signal makes marker lights blink opposite the actual signal.


it sounds like a earth problem in a plug some where go and buy a multimeter for this or for any wiring jobs

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They are NOT supposed to blink only the front facing

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have your altinator check at your local parts store. if that doesnt work chek the grounds to make sure they are good and tight. but it does sound like your alt is going bad

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