Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
Went down a rough road kinda fast and then noticed i had no running lights or brake lights, and when i hit turn signal both tail lights were dim and flashing. i checked the plugs at the tail light assm. and found all 4 terminals had power on the driver side and the pass side had power only on the 2 outside terminals. did i lose a ground some how? and if so where would it be located?
Check near the rear lights, the ground for them is there attached to the frame as I remember, make sure it is clean and tight.
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