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Cargo van..rear turn signal..bulbs are good, replaced flasher

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07 express cargo van, rt rear turn signal not working, front flshes rapidily. bulbs are good, replaced flasher, still does not work

Good evening.


Do you have a test light or a multi-meter to test the circuits with?


Please let me know...Thanks, Josh

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
yes i have multi meter

Okay. Also before we start, does the right stop light work?


Thanks, Josh

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
no stop light does not work either

Okay, that is what I figured.


With your meter, I need you to remove the right rear lens so that we can access the wiring to the circuit board that houses the bulbs.


Now, turn your key on and put your right signal on. I need you to check for pulsing power on the yellow wire at the main connector to the electrical board. Be sure that you have your ground lead connected to a good clean ground. You can verify your ground by turning you headlights on and checking the brown wire. You should have a constant 12volts on the brown.


Please let me know what you find and we'll take it from there...


Thanks, Josh

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
checked, not getting voltage to socket, at yellow wire, or at green wire on top side of connector

Okay. The next step is to check the 10 amp stop/turn fuse in the fuse block under the left front seat. You will need to have the turn signals on and check for pulsing power there...


Please let me know what you find...Thanks, Josh

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
fuse under seat was popped,replaced it ,this fixed the problem i wasn't aware of this fuse box. thanks for your expert help

Great news..Cool....


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Have a Great Night....Thanks,Josh

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