Why aren't my running light's working if all of my other lights are?

Asked by May 24, 2014 at 09:20 PM about the 1988 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer 4WD

Question type: General

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106,105

Sounds like a blown fuse, relay issue or light switch issue. I would start with the fuses.

i checked the fuses the other day, and they were fine just got new relay switch today and put it in and they still arent working???

106,105

Ok then I would look into the light switch itself. But first test the bulb sockets for power. With these older vehicles they tend to get a green looking corrosion in the sockets causing them not to work. Also have you been off roading lately? If so inspect under vehicle for possible pulled or broke wires and harnesses.

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no off roadin, and got a new switch today didnt help not sure what to do thanks though

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