Re: did you get problem with the reverse lights figgured...
Hi...sorry its taken so long to answer you back...my computer has a mind all its own!! The problem with the back up lights was a $30.00 switch...the bushings in my shifter needed replacing as well. I haven't tried to trace the wiring for the fog lights yet...as soon as dad comes home again and its NOT raining we are going to put her up and trace wires. Everyting is coming back as having power to it and the bulbs aren't burnt, so we figure its wiring.
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We have no wiring diagrams so I suggest you ask the dealer for a detailed cost breakdown to see why they want such a large amount of money to fix this problem. Seems very high and I am a retired dealer technician.
Check Fuse F3. It supplies 12v to the reverse switch located on the transmission. If auto transmission (4HP14) the switch will have 4 pins, 2 for reverse light, 2 for starting circuit. If manual, it has two pins. When gear is in other position, only one pin will have 12v. When gear is in R, both pins will have 12v. The 2nd pin supplies directly to the reversing light. Fog light has connectors behind the bumper. It tends to get corroded. Disconnect and clean both side of the connectors and retry. Some may get the wires snapped. Check there first. Fuse F18,F7 and F6 supplies 12v to the foglight circuit. F6 supplies to the foglight relay. Check the relay too.
- car jack
- monkey (to hold your work lights)
- jack up car (optional)
- At least jack up one side of the
1) Remove 4 screws on top of bumper ( under hood, above kidney grills)
2) Remove 2 screws in each wheel-well, and clip bumper trim away from
3)Push wheel-well trim away so you can unfasten 2 screws inside that hold
top part of bumper to the car on each side
4) Release about 7 Screws on bottom of bumper from underneath
5) Remove bumper by uncliping each side and then pulling bumper forward
Foglights will stay in place. simply disconnect the cable.
After you remove the bumper and unplug the Foglights
1) To remove the lights you also need to remove the bracket that hold
2) Remove the blots on the bracket and top of headlight.
if this is a uk/eurocar it only has one rearguard foglight fitted.o/side rear/nsr is reversing light.did you have key in ignition/driver door open when you checked,interior lights have a timer on switch/door for interior light delay,
Remove the entire foglight assembly check for a loose wire inside the assembly. I had the same problem on mine but it only affected one of the foglights. Also check with a test light at the connector where it connects into the foglight assembly. Also make sure foglight bulbs are properlly tighted.
Lets start by checking the fog lamps. Turn the headlights on, switch to low beam, turn on the fog lights and see if they come on. If the foglightsdon't work, then you don't have voltage on the low beam circuit to the BCM. If you do have foglights, then the low beam circuit is providing voltage to the BCM.
By determining if the foglights work or don't work we will be able tell what side of the circuit we need to work on.
Let me know.