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Old 04-24-2013, 02:34 PM   #11
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Gray/yellow is brake lights. Pink/blue is tail light. Gray/red is right turn signal. Gray/blue is left turn signal.
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Old 04-24-2013, 02:48 PM   #12
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^would that be the same for a 92?
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I haven't checked, but I'd wager it is.
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Havenít visited this post in a long time since truck hasnít been driven in year but here goes
Fuses to my taillights headlights & blower motor are not showing any power going to them when I tested them & fuses are not blown
Any ideas?
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You said you removed the fusible links. How is the wiring connected to the battery now?
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They go straight to the battery terminal
I haven't had the fusible links since I got the truck back around 94-95
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Then it runs straight from the battery to the fuse box. Check the connections on each end. Look for corrosion or loose connections.
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Old 10-02-2017, 12:52 AM   #18
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Connections at the fusebox & the wires tied in to the positive battery terminal?
If they're all fine what's my next step?
Any relays or so?
Thanks for the info alabama_lowlife
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No relays. Check continuity on the wires from the battery to the fuse box.
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I’ve got two white wires with a blue stripe that I assume are for the fuel pump,then i have one solid white wire going right to the battery.Checked the fuse with a tester but it did not light up
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