i thought about that but the switch works for everything else, like the cluster for example. plus i think if i dont have any power at the fuse that means i dont have any power at the switch. depending on the weather i might take the box out and see if i cant clean it up or find out whats going on. i been runnin without wheel wells since the rebuild to keep an eye on leaks and i think i may have got some spray up in there or something.
my headlights, turn signals, brake lights, and hazards are all fine. its just my parking lights. front, rear, license plate lights, and cab lights dont work. theres a relay in there for "parking lamps", is there any way to test it?
is there a way to repair the fuse box? or bypass it easily? i took it out yesterday and cleaned out all the connections and put some grease on em. also tried taking it apart to no avail, that sucker is solid.
i forgot how i did it but what you said sounds familiar. i also swapped out the starter solenoid relay which is the same type and still no results. im getting power to the 50amp fuze and its going to the relay but im not getting the signal from the switch to trip it. its not the switch either because my cluster still lights up. i thought it might have been my viper alarm but i bypassed that and still nothing.
next thing im going to do is see if the signal from the switch is getting to the underside of the pdm and getting cut out somewhere inside before it reaches the relay. if thats the case ill have to do some creative wiring.
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