Hello, I am jumping the lights at the hazard switch, pin # XXXXX & 6.
Thanks for that information. Do you have battery voltage at the violet wire on the turn signal switch with everything hooked up and the hazards off?
Back probing @ the Purple wire ( pin #2 ) reveals 6.9-7v. Battery voltage across terminals at battery 12.6-12.7v
Pin 10 & pin 7 have battery voltage when back probed.
Pin 49a is also 6.9-7vPin 31 to ground is 2.1-3 OHMs
Have original flasher and new, both show no change. Pin 31 was re-grounded, also showed no change.
Alright, thank you for your help. Looking forward to fixing this car.
HAVE NOT HEARD BACK.WAS WONDERING WHAT IS GOING ON
YES STILL WOULD LIKE YOUR HELP
Hello MIKE,I know you said you've read over the previous experts ideas & test points with my responses above, but have you referenced a wiring diagram for this particular car? There is no BCM for the signal lamp / hazard circuit, nor a way to communicate with anything but the PCM for this Daewoo.
it has a build date of 08/00
Hello all,This car is now FIXED. Repair was to remove the factory Daewoo 3 wire flasher and install a 2 wire one, hazards and both left and right turn signals work. I know this isn't technically a "factory" repair. The ground circuit off the 3 wire flash has good ground, unsure why it wasn't working, suspect had 2 bad flashers.
Thank you all for your help.