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|12-23-2009, 06:47 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: White Pine, TN
Vehicle Year: 1988/1989
Vehicle Make: Ford
Vehicle Model: Ranger Supercab/BroncoII
I use this vehicle for: Soon to be hot rod/Daily DriverRep Power: 23
here is a turn signal problem for you
when im driving along, my break lights work fine, the 4-way flashers work fine, when I turn on my left turn signal, it works fine, when I turn on my right turn signal it blows the fuse to the turn/backup lights.
when I'm sitting in the the drive way, with the steering wheel off and column cover off, the right turn signal works fine, even when I start up the truck, and turn the steering wheel, and move the truck back and forth in the drive way, it works, and of course all the other lights work fine.
I know it isn't the wiring going to the lights, because the four way flashers are working and not blowing fuse's, and the break lights work and don't blow a fuse, and the backup lights don't blow the fuse, only when I'm driving and use the right turn signal does it blow the fuse.
I have been thinking (which cause's me a headache) it might be the switch in the column, or is there another place under the dash where a box or something might be causing my problem???
thank you all for any help.
Last edited by Robert_1967; 12-23-2009 at 06:50 AM.
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