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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Buy a auto repair manual for your respective truck, or go to the Nissan dealer and ask a tech to show you where the actuator switch is located, and replace that switch. That is the only thing left to replace. That should fix it. Also you could use an Ohm meter to check the switch to see if it is bad. Also check for a broken wire when you remove the actuator switch.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: Reverse lights not working
i would get the diagram and take a look from there.
the safety neutral switch gets its power from a source and then lights up the reverse lights amongst other things.
alot of times vehicles are in accidents and wiring gets damaged.
make sure the reverse circuit is properly grounded.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: reverse lights wont work
On the side of your transmission will be a switch with several wires coming out of it. This is your reverse switch that turns on your reverse lights and most likely needs to be replaced
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
SOURCE: 91 Honda accord
hi from uk if everthing you checked is ok ? then fault is probably the brake light switch is either faulty or the plunger that is supposed to move out as the pedal is pressed so putting b/lights on has stuck inside/off position? so if you look up at b/pedal just below the pivot shaft forpedal you will see the switch and it is srewed into the pedal box assy it has a plug of two wires connected ? pull off plug then use a wire paper clip opened up and join the two contacts in plug this makes connection to b/lights on have assistant check lights work when ignition is on? if yes? then remove clip ign off then unscrew the actual switch from its hole when removed? check if plunger is coming all way out or is stuck ? if either of these try wd40 on the plastic plunger and work it in/out when you are happy it works ok ? then b4 you refit just connect the plug and again test with ign on plunger out lights on! plunger in lights off if it works? then unplug and screw switch back in hole to approx last position and connect plug recheck b/lights operate as you press pedal approx 3/4 " b4 lights operate this is trial+error screwing in or out untill you are happy lights give early warning to following cars that you are braking ? however if lights work with clip but not on switch after completing above ? then you will need to renew switch they do sometimes melt contacts and burn inside mostly due to constant holding car with footbrake instead of park brake for long periods also a common reason for brake light bulbs blowing bad driving habit ! so consider this advise please and hope all is clear above ?
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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