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Only my brake, turn Sig

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Only my brake, turn Sig. And head lamp lights work. I've started to meter out my TSN fuse, but that's where I get lost and can't follow your instruction with him any more. Please help!


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Is the vehicle not turning over or starting with this issue here?

Has anything been done on the vehicle recently that may have caused this issue?

Let me know,thanks Pete.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hello Pete. .thank you for responding. My car still runs fine, and no work or any changes have been made to anything recently.when I turn on my night time running lights only my head lamps work I don't have any tail end night time running lights or dashboard interiors. I know its not the switch that controls them, and I meteredt the relay relay. It works fine I think its a break in either the hot or the return back to the battery before it branches out or on the return when it all comes back together due to the fact that both the dashboard and my tail lights went out so it makes me think that it's before it all branches out. This is of course assuming that the relay is the last point in that circuit before the lights.I'm hoping you are familiar with the scenario.and have an idea of what it could be after the relay. Thank you for.your time

Can you tell me what model Kia this vehicle is?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

2002 ex spectra. Sorry for the delay in response

When you switch on just your park lamps using the headlamp/park lamp switch do the park lights operate at all then?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

No,my park lights don't work, but brakes work. Unfortunately I need my car for work so out of desperation I took it to a shop. They claim it's a day time running module in the you agree?

If the day time running lamp module is faulty internally this can cause a loss of lighting like this here.If they have tested properly and this is what was found at fault I would have it replaced but also ask if they offer any kind of guarantee that this will correct the problem.This way if it does not will they cover the next diagnosis and repair costs or pay for part of the misdiagnoses possibly.

Thanks Pete
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