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Old 07-10-2012, 11:25 AM   #1
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Toad lights

I am having problems with the toad lights. Left blinker works sometime as well as right and brakes and lights. There seems to be no rhyme or reason. I have a meter but need some instructions on how to trouble shoot this.

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Most likely ground problem, try a cable [booster cable ] if you have one from battery ground to car.
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Looks like it may be the converter( 3 way lights to 2 way). There is power coming into it but sporadic power coming out. Stay tuned as I'm trying to find a replacement.
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Most likely ground problem, try a cable [booster cable ] if you have one from battery ground to car.
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That solves a lot of problems!
Bought a Harbor Freight 4 X 8 utility trailer. They use the frame for a ground. My lights had crossover feedback. I ran a new ground line from the van to the lights and everything works fine.
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Looks like it may be the converter( 3 way lights to 2 way). There is power coming into it but sporadic power coming out. Stay tuned as I'm trying to find a replacement.
It was the converter , it all works now.
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