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1998 ford: van..turn signals..diagram of fuse box

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1998 ford e250 van turn signals and flashers don't work replaced flasher unit, can hear it click and it gets warm., do not have diagram of fuse box.

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Verify power to the multifunction switch. The Violet/Orange (VT/OG) wire should be hot whenever the key is in the run position and comes from fuse 7 in the Central Junction Box (CJB).

The Light Green/Red (LG/RD) wire should be hot at all times and is feed from fuse 11 in the CJB.

If OK, verify the White/Red (WH/RD) wire that goes to the flasher is hot. When the switch is in the hazard position, it gets it's power from the LG/RD wire. When it is in the normal position, it gets it's power from the VT/OG wire. Also check for a good ground on the Black (BK) wire.

Unplug the multifunction switch and jumper the VT/OG wire to the Light Green/Orange (LG/OG) wire. This should make the left rear stop lamp come on.
This verifies there are no harness concerns from the multifunction switch to the rear of the vehicle. Jump the VT/OG wire to the Orange/Light Blue (OG/LB) wire. This should make the right rear stop lamp come on.

If OK, jump the Light Blue wire from the flasher to the LG/OG and the OB/LB wire. This by-passes the multifunction switch and the rear turn signal bulbs should flash.
electronic flasher if they don't flash.

Think of the flasher like a circuit breaker. A path to ground on the LB wire, such as the turn signal bulb filaments should make the flasher flash.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.


Thanks for the quick response, have not tested yet my multimeter battery dead. I just found out that the brake lights do not work either. the head lights do.

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