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More than likely there is a bad ground. The same ground wire that is used for the headlights is spliced into and used for the parking lights, brake lights and directional lights. The circuits for the brake lights, the brake light switch, the directions and directional switch are related. The circuits for the parking lights, headlights, headlight switch and high/low beam switch are related as well, but the only thing all these circuits have in common is their ground source. Any questions feel free to write back. Good Luck.

Buick Cars &... | Answered 6 minutes ago


DUH use a volt meter and test for yourself .of course they are .

Ford Cars &... | Answered 32 minutes ago


Possibly the only place will be thru a dealer or salvage yard USED of course from the yard

Renault Cars &... | Answered 44 minutes ago


Make and model may help you get an answer.

Cars & Trucks | Answered 53 minutes ago


Hi Roger You are really in the dark at this time. Any thing I can tell you would be all guess work. You need some direction on where to start looking and what tests need to be done. You will either have to take it to a dealer (my recommendation).Or to a very knowledgeable mechanic with good test equipment. The reason I suggest a dealer which might be slightly more expensive they not only have knowledge of your car but up to date information and any modifications or computer updates that may be required on your vehicle which a mechanic or another garage will not have. They need to get inside the ECU with test equipment and see what fault codes have been set. This should give direction and hopefully lead to what is causing the fault with your vehicle. Good luck

Holden Cars &... | Answered 1 hour ago


you can find that information in your service manual

Cars & Trucks | Answered 1 hour ago


Hi Raymond you need to go to a dealer. There may be a small charge as they may have to remove radio for some details.
I would advise you search through all service books 1st there used to be a security card supplied with the vehicles with this number on. Check all service history records invoices job sheets etc. as most dealers who have this information may make a note of it on there records. Good luck

Holden Cars &... | Answered 2 hours ago

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