2012 nissan nv 3500, right rear signal light out

Asked by Jun 05, 2015 at 08:37 PM about the 2012 Nissan NV Passenger 3500 HD S V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

its not the bulb ,  rear turn signal light is not getting any power when I turn it on,  cannot find any blown fuse but what I understand from nissan they dont fuse individual signal lights, could be relay but cannot find which one. There not any good documentation or schematics about signal wiring.  thoughts? documetation?

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Is it just one signal light or both and is the brake lights working?

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Is the signal not working with the lights on or off or both and is the signal light that is not working but the brake light and tail lights work. Have you recently replaced that bulb ?

hi, it's just the one signal light, all others work fine. It doesn work with the lights on or off. Brake lights and tail lights work. I replace the bulb yesterday, existing bulb filament was fine an new bulb did not work. I tested with a meter and there is no power getting the socket.

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So you are saying the brake light and tail light works on that bulb just not the signal light ? If so try this if the opposite light works remove bulb from that socket and put in the on that's not working because I have seen brand new bulbs out of the package look good but no good. If that does not work you have a bad light socket or bad ground wire going to it.

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Also ment to say I have seen new bulbs and the filament looks good but no good.

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Or wrong replacement bulb.

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