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Thread: Front left turn signal '93 Pathfinder

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    If I'm wrong, you can kill me.

    I once had it happen and if I used the turn signal, my dash lights flashed, things appeared all fubared, I kept thinking it was the turnsignal switch itself, took it to the garage, they said replace the turn signal switch, thought I'd look real careful and found the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    I fixed it (a few posts ago).

    My issue now is not knowing whether the corner lights used to blink as well (long story but expained a few posts back).
    Don't worry about that! As long as they work, that's all that matters.

    In all honesty, I don't remember if they do or not. Some do, some don't. But so long as they are at least lit, cops can't say crap.
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    http://images.google.com/images?q=pa...N&hl=en&tab=wi

    The 6th image is the corner light next to the headlight, referred to here as both a turn signal and a cornering light.

    The 20th image is what I thought was a fog light but am now thinking is the turn signal, as there are lots of sites that refer to it as such.

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    If your car looks like this. The lights near the license plate should be fogs. Anything amber color should be blinking turn signals. All front turn signals need to be amber or have a amber bulb or the cops will be giving you a hard time. If you have a blinking yellow/white fog, I'd be inclined to ram your car during that turn thinking you have a broken blinking fog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unholy View Post


    If your car looks like this. The lights near the license plate should be fogs. Anything amber color should be blinking turn signals. All front turn signals need to be amber or have a amber bulb or the cops will be giving you a hard time. If you have a blinking yellow/white fog, I'd be inclined to ram your car during that turn thinking you have a broken blinking fog.
    Looks just like that only without the fog lights mounted on that brush guard (don't have a brush guard).
    The amber lights under the headlights are what are now blinking.

    My confusion is that the yellow/white lights on the corners next to the headlights...I swear they used to blink.

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    So middle fog lights don't run on at all? There should be a 1156 turn bulb and a 168 parking light bulb packed in that corner. Take both out of the corner and test your lights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unholy View Post
    So middle fog lights don't run on at all? There should be a 1156 turn bulb and a 168 parking light bulb packed in that corner. Take both out of the corner and test your lights.


    Only one bulb per corner, which come on when I have the lights engaged one turn (next turn turns on the headlights).

    Compared to the image you posted, I have no fog lights.
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