no the plug in connector is all clean, i tired different bulbs too and they didn't work either, how do i go aobut checkign the ground where is it? i tired to follow the wires but it leads into a big birds nest(if you know what i mean)
yeah i do have the drl switch but my day time lights also don't work either just the highbeams i ahve to drive around witht he highbeams on pple keep giving me one of these:flipoff2: guess they like my truck heheheheeh
so any thoughts to as where the grounds are for the head lights?? just ired to look for them but have had no luck
well i just took a brouse thru my manual(haynes) and well ifollow all the wires but it dosen't list which wires are the ground wires are the head lihgts grounded thru the side marker lights beside the headlights? as that is really the only ground i can see from these diagrams or is it grounded thru the fuse box?
I am almost positive that the headlight ground is on the brace for the front grill piece. You need to check the screws holding that to the fender and the grill, but most importantly you need to take off the screw holding the grounding wires on, sand the area down around the hole to shiny metal and use a bolt instead of a stupid screw mad: Man I hate those stupid screws ), then reassemble and shoot the area afterwards with a little spray paint.
I just bought another rig that had a bunch of electrical issues. The previous owner had taked the fron clip apart and didn't put it back together tight. It ended up corroding the ground wires and rusting the connection to the point that I only had a high-beam on one side. A little cleaning and tightening an everything works great.
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