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Having the signals on ,even if the van is off, tells you ,we have a short to ground keeping that circuit alive even after switch is off
are you looking at fixing this yourself or looking to know the most possible cause of this issue and taking it to repair shop for the work ?
Do you have any prior experience in electrical troubleshooting and testing with a test light for power & ground ?
Do you have a test light & or power probe for testing ?
Please let me know
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if you are that impatient ,I will opt out and let another expert to assist you, I need a few minutes to look up the wiring diagram
what you expect here ?,are you looking for a magical answer ?,where I tell you change this and that will fix it and you saying you have a really bad wiring problem
good luck to you
Hi Im David, standby while i pull up some wiring diagrams for you.
pull the highlighted fuse and see if the lights go out.
let me know what happens
ok, now you need to putt a voltmeter on the connector for the turn signals. select ohms on the meter and probe each wire in each connector to see which ones are grounded.
yes a test light and the clip hooked up to the battery.
when you check for a ground with a test light, you hook up the clip to the positive terminal of the battery. if it lights, its grounded