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Old 08-27-2003, 09:55 PM   #1
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Question running lights

myfront clearance lights work, my turn signals work, brake lights work,backup lights work. rear clearance lights nothing, rear running lights nothing so I know which wire is the problem the green one in my 1970 overlander, but where is it run, i figure since the front clearance lights work and they are on the same circut it has to be from where they split to go to the rear and i have no idea where to look for the split anyone with knowledge on this. i dont want to take a wall off but will if i have to. thanks dene.

well no ones every worked on them i guess, but I found the short
overhead where the wires pass by the airconditioner, someone had put in a screw to support the ceiling where a rivit had popped
loose had cut into the green power wire to the clearance lights and rear running lights once I removed the screw spliced the wire including using heat shrink, and used a rivit instead of the screw all clearance lights and rear running lights work fine. 29 aug 03.
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