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Old January 6th, 2012, 06:55 PM
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Question Quick ?, do front turn signal wires go directly to the relay behind fuse cover

I don't have a wiring diagram in front of me to figure it out. My front left light harness isnt' getting any power, if I'm correct, the wires go directly to the relay behind the fusebox? Need to fish out the problem. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
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Old January 6th, 2012, 07:24 PM
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93, 94 or your 97? I can go find my electrical manual, but it is for a 97.
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If it is only one side it is probably not the flasher connection. Each wing loom should connect to the main loom at the firewall, engine side. You may have a fuse for the Left and right side lights. If both the front and rear, on the same side, is out then it may just be a fuse. If it is only the front then I would check the connection at the firewall first.
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It's a 94. Trying to figure out why the harness gets no power, just trying to figure out where it goes back into before I visually follow it tomorrow afternoon at home.

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If it is only one side it is probably not the flasher connection. Each wing loom should connect to the main loom at the firewall, engine side. You may have a fuse for the Left and right side lights. If both the front and rear, on the same side, is out then it may just be a fuse. If it is only the front then I would check the connection at the firewall first.

I think that might be it since all the other 3 lights work except for the front left light. I need to find that connection now up there. Thanks!
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