Turn signals not working - steering column wiring

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cucvmule

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bshupejr, I can see that you have a chaffed wire or two, or maybe the fuse box NEEDS to be disassembled and the contacts cleaned. There is a grease type material that is supposed to protect from moisture but there is so much that after being repeatedly cooked from exhaust heat it melts into a glob anywhere, everywhere.

When I picked my 1008 up at the depo the fuse box was just pushed back together from someone trying to diagnose a problem, from what I could tell glowplug issue. I am surprised it even started although it was 100 degrees and did not even need the plugs. I got the truck home and seen that the wrong gp relay was on it, took the box and pulled on the wires and box pulled apart. My clue was the bolts, screws were on the floor board.

After I replaced the gp relay, cleaned both sides of the fuse box, replaced all the burned out new wellmans, checked the ballast resister and behold works just fine. But what I am winded about is check, follow and fix as you go along. Snowball effect.

Then start checking wires in proximity to the exhaust first. And to the rear of the truck, chaffing.

Good Luck
 

cucvmule

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And let me add that if you are going to jump wires never walk away from the job with jumpers on. You never know how long it will take to overload, melt other wires or connections.
 
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