If necessary, replace with a 4A fast-blow AGC type. The front turn signal lights work, so it wouldn't be a fuse for them anyway (I believe.) I'm hoping there may be a simple solution as I really don't have money Remove and replace the bulb (If you have a VOM, you can test the bulb now.) It may be necessary to remove the whole light assembly to check the socket condition. I just went out and rechecked the bulbs one more time and it's now working. http://jetpackshield.com/brake-light/rear-blinker-and-brake-light-not-working.html
Turn on the parking lights. The B/W wire corresponds to the left side, the B/G wire to the right. In poking around, I figured out that the brake light was working, so the high filament was getting electricity through the brake circuit, but not through the turn signal circuit. If your bad side is still bad (the wand action will be reversed), the problem most likely the signal (trailer) relay.
left brake light/turn signal not working Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 7 posts • Page 1 of 1 sk33tr Regular Member Posts: 68 Joined: Thu Apr 21, 2011 5:16 Connect the red wire to the dimmer connection and the other wire to the brighter connection. Didn't think to mention it, as it seems so obvious to me. Go to Condition C.
Remove and replace the bulb (If you have a VOM, you can test the bulb now.) It may be necessary to remove the whole light assembly to check the socket condition. No signal light on one side, but you have brake lights on both sides. SteveF 2011-04-30 16:43:42 UTC #5 I agree with oldtimer above. No Rear Brake Lights Or Turn Signals If the bulb doesn't light, the bulb is bad, the socket isn't making contact, or the ground is bad.
Ditto on if the lights on the Other side flash as normal. Inspect it.Next time, please start a new thread instead of resurrecting an old one. 2001 F250 SD V10 4X4 - Just arrived Feb 2011If your original owner's manual is missing, download I posted my problem and someone kindly explained to me that with dual filament bulbs, there are nibs on the side of bulb that must correspond to the correct contact point. Touch the harness red wire to the green wire of the parking light.
Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Brake Light Not Working But Tail Light Works Cougar 2011-04-30 16:28:06 UTC #4 After looking at some data for your car it looks like Oldtimer 11's advice is right on the money. Unless this car has separate fuses for each side turn signals (I know some do). Mark helpful 70 Report tuffenuff answered 10 months ago I'm gonna take mine in and flash modules. 100 bucks.
I put it in one direction...did not work..then turned(rotated) it to other side and it worked. Testing the front parking light Unplug both the wires (red and green or yellow) from the parking light corresponding to the dead side. Turn Signal And Brake Light Not Working On One Side Page 1 of 2 1 2 > City-Data Forum Message Cancel Changes Quick Reply The following errors occurred with your submission Okay Message: Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait Brake Light And Turn Signal Not Working Check all the connections to the signal switch and trailer relay.
No signal lights on either side, but you've got brake lights on one or both sides. check over here Also noticed that the right portion of my brake light up top is out. My first thought is that the load of having the light attached is causing the issue. Hope it works. Rear Blinker Not Working But Bulb Is Good
Test the signal lights as described above - (No signal lights on either side.) Testing the connections from the dash to the bulb If you also have no parking lights at on) and measure the voltage or use a test light on the pink wire. I get no power on left blinker trailer pin or in light socket on truck.Bulbs are good and even replaced.Wiring harness looks excellent everywhere.Have checked fuse under dash, it is good.In his comment is here That will tell you if you have power to the tail light.
No signal lights on either side, but you've got brake lights on one or both sides. Brake Lights Not Working But Bulb Is Good Go to Condition B.. Jump the Pink and Violet wires at the brake switch to test.
What's the problem? Turn the parking lights on and touch the red wire to the socket that it wasn't in. If you test it outside the car, don't forget to ground the stud. Brake Lights Dont Work But Turn Signals Do You may be able to check this by touch a wire to the base of the tail light and to some metal component of the car.
The bottom and top do not. You could attach the trailer to another vehicle to ensure that the lights on the trailer work with a functioning wiring system. When you add and actual light, it puts more load on the system so the problem shows up.A similar issue could be a bad ground. weblink Basically, it took two tries for me.
The signal filament is brighter than the parking light filament, so if one light is "extra" bright the bulb may be inserted 180 degrees out in the socket, or the contact I tried changing the bulb, and my husband checked the fuses and said they all seemed to be fine.... Basic Wiring Primer and Troubleshooting Guide (not finished, but still very useful) City-Data Forum > General Forums > Automotive Turn Signal Relay or Something Else? (vehicles, brake, drivers, Chevy) Test the connections to the rear as described below.
When I switch the wiring to the right side at the vehicle side connector, the turn signal does not work, nor does the brake light, but the taillight does work. If necessary, replace with a 4A fast-blow AGC type. If you don't have power at the vehicle side connector, you probably either have a blown fuse, if you have a factory tow package, or a short in the aftermarket wiring Running lights are fine, checked all fuses, relays, bulbs replaced, thinking there is a short somewhe... 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat Crew Cab 4WD SB - Maintenance & Repair ford
Since you already proved power was there, if it does not light then, it has to be a bad ground. Some boots require that you remove the parking light completely. I replaced the bulb, that solved the problem. Test the signal lights as described above - (No signal lights on either side.) Testing the connections from the dash to the bulb If you also have no parking lights at
If the connection to the rear is OK: Switch the #8 yellow and #8 green wire where they connect to the fuses underneath the steering column. Interested in Trek gaming? If, for some reason, they work fine, then you have some other issue. Detailed information about all U.S.
You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. I believe the procedure was in my Haynes manual and the 1 trick that makes it easy is to loosen the steering column nuts to allow the column to be raised QUICK PRELIMINARY CHECK: If neither brake light works, go here.