Question about 1985 Chevrolet Sportvan G20
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Rear left turn signal?
I suggest that you have a bad ground. A very common thing.
Where the screws go through the metal case of the taillight, and into the body of the van.
Those holes in the van body, and the screw threads, might be rusty, or corroded. They need to be rust/corrosion free for a good ground.
On the back of the metal taillight casing, where the screws go through, is a 'boss'.
A protrusion from the metal taillight casing, that mounts up against the metal body of the van.
The contact area of this boss, plus the area on the van body where it touches, must be rust/corrosion free.
When you apply the brakes you are lighting up lights that use 30 Amps. If the ground source is bad, (Rusty/Corroded contact areas), for those light casings, you won't have enough ground for the brake lights, and turn signals at the same time.
For a test to see if you have a bad ground, use a jumper wire, (22 gauge wire from an old lamp cord, or 18 gauge wire stranded wire that you may have laying around), and connect one end to a mounting screw head of the taillight. Connect the other end to a good ground source. (1.A clean area on the frame. 2.Under the head of a bolt on the frame. 3.Some clean non-painted surface, that you can attach the end of the wire securely)
Now ignition on, apply the brakes, and turn the left turn signal on.
(It isn't a turn signal stat, because this would affect both turn signals. Left And Right)
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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if the car is built like monte carlo for 2000 there are 2 fuse panels inside. one on the driver side when you open door and theres one the passenger side when you open the door there are panels on both sides of the dash that pull off. and then of course there are the fuse blocks under the hood. by the battery.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Okay, there are a few engines that come in this van, lucky there the same except,they come with or without ac or airpump, so i will give you all of them and you choose the right one.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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