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I am just finishing a custom body change on my 1987 Club Car

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I am just finishing a custom body change on my 1987 Club Car DS, and replaced all lights. I carefully labeled all wires as I removed. I have headlights & brake lights. My problem is that when I turn the right side turn signals on, both of the rear turn lights flash, as well as the right front. However, when I turn the left side on, I get a solid left front light, but nothing on the left. All of the filaments obviously work. I'm perplexed. Any ideas?
Thank you,
R***** *****
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Electric Vehicles
Expert:  Curtis B. replied 1 year ago.

How are the rear lights grounded? Where is the battery ground? All need to be grounded to same. Usually it is the frame.??

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Battery is grounded to the frame, which as you know is aluminum. Engine is grounded to frame. Tail lights are 2-wire with double filament bulbs. Tail light mounting studs are grounded to frame.Additionally there is one other item I didn't mention earlier. When I turn the left turn signal on, the audible signal under the dash is CONSTANT, whereas the right side is intermittent.
Expert:  Curtis B. replied 1 year ago.

No ground wire on the bulb sockets? Same as the old body???