Question about Nissan Sentra
If you have power at the proper pins inside each socket, you will need to check for grounds. A turn or brake light bulb will have 2 hot wires, one is hot with the lights on = running lights. One will be hot when the turn signal or brake light is on. Now this is not always the case. A newer car may have individual bulbs, but each will have a hot wire and a ground. I think your problem is in the ground wiring. Check each socket for voltage against that sockets ground or in other words check each wire in each socket only, not to a common ground such as the body. If you have a ground wire in one of the sockets that is not grounded to the frame/body you can jump to one of the other grounds that is good.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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