1992 Nissan D21 , left turn signal dose not work , changed bulb and relay , still dose nor work. What next?
Next is probably the turn signal switch. If you have a voltmeter, however, you could be more likely to find the problem, using it to test for voltage at places in the circuit. So I guess you might also need a wiring diagram along with the voltmeter...
If you have neither a voltmeter or a wiring diagram, use logic to think the right turn works so the fuse is good, and if the right turn works, power is going to the switch, and out correctly for the right side, but seems nothing for the left, ( DID YOU CHECK NOT EVEN A BULB DIMLY LIT ON THE LEFT SIDE, FRONT OR BACK? AND ALSO THE LEFT TURN DASH INDICATOR IS NOT LIT?) If nothing lights up for left side, the power is probably lost right in the 25 year old turn switch. That's where you would check for power out (on the proper wires) with a voltmeter- no power means switch is bad. But if the power comes out of the turn switch for left side, then you have to look further along in the wiring , probably not far from the switch connector if the dash indicator bulb is also not lit....It probably is your turn switch.
Nov 25, 2016 |
Nissan Cars & Trucks