Thanks I have checked all of those things I pulled the light assembly out and it all looks good it has three sockets and none of them work.Like I said earlier the brake lights,and turn lights on that side work fine so should I assume it is a wire broken some where ???
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I suspect parasitic draw. All vehicles draw some power from the batteries when the car is shut off. Certain accessories such as clocks, radios remote door openers and alarms always need power. The normal power used is called parasitic draw.
It is always a very low draw so it doesn't run the battery down. If you install accessories like shortwave radios or plug things like inverters and portable refrigerators into the accessory socket and operate them too long without the engine running you can drain your batteries to the point where the engine won't start. If there is an electrical short in the vehicle or a malfunctioning accessory it could be drawing much more than its normal load causing a drain on the batteries. If you leave your door open and the inside lights stay on all night you could drain the battery down till the car won't start.
upward on black cover above headlamp assy. (marked pull here for
headlamp service) you will then see on the front side a large bolt above
the lamp assembly that holds it to the front of the car.
it is a 10MM socket you will then need to remove a similar bolt on the
top and bottom on the center front of the car where the assembly bolts
up to the sheet metal. on the corner near the cornering lamp is a star
shaped head bolt. (looks like star of david) you will need another
small metric socket to remove this. this will free up the cornering lamp
from the headlamp assembly. gently pull forward and away from headlamp
assembly. remove both light pig tails by gently twisting on pigtails.
you will then see 2 nuts which are also 10mm remove these and gently
pull forward on entire headlamp assembly. you will need needle nose
pliers to compress the head of plastic retaining tabs on headlight and
signal light pig tails where they are held into the headlamp assembly.
gently twist hi-low beam sockets free of the headlamp assembly then do
like wise with the signal lamps.
to install reverse procedure as above.
note: the side with the cornering lamp has a tab that must fit back into
tab-hole in front sheet metal of the front fender.
I would think a sensor is going bad , but ,without testing that is just a guess , just like the dealer tech , assuming it's a module or a fuse ! With the light's on checking for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes would be a real good first step . The dealer tech should have hooked up the Tech 2 scan tool an checked codes an look at sensor data parameters ....