Question about 1991 Mazda 323
Have you tried the actual wire connection there could be an interruption there, if you happen to have a multimeter then touch it to the ground (black wire) and each of the other ones in turn.
Also check that your ebrake is'nt stuck because if you have the ebrake on even the slightest bit then it will keep the running lights from being on. I know because I use it sometimes to play with the lighting effects.
Easiest way to make sure is to pull the ebrake with the car on and see if the ebrake lights up on the dash. if it doesn't then the dash light is just burnt and try the running lights holding the ebrake pressed as close to off as possible. if that doesnt do anything the line might have to be loosened to turn it off.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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