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Right hand turn signal not getting enough power. 1990 w900l

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right hand turn signal not getting enough power. 1990 w900l kenworth
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Customer: turn signals get full power on left side and both sides while using hazards. but only limited power on right hand position,
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Customer: no
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Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  spankyjr1 replied 3 months ago.

Sorry for long delay.

This sounds more like a ground problem with right turn.

Check light assembly ground, the ground usually goes through the light itself and grounds to mounting bolts, no external ground wire

You also did not say if this was a issue with front and rear on right side or only rear or front?

Let me know if you need more help


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