I'm hoping someone who really knows wiring can help with this one.
I found out that the brake lamps on my 67 were out. Sure enough, my dash lamps were out as well. So I thought it would be as simple as replacing the fuse. But there is no power to that fuse! I traced the wire back to the headlight switch, and I thought the headlamp switch must be bad. I replaced it, and I had them working again. But then they quit again.
I have turn signals, just no tail or brake lamps (or dash lamps). Could my replacement headlamp switch be defective, or am I missing something?
I have a wiring diagram, which I've studied until I have a headache. But the wire to the fuse block comes from the headlight switch (so that has to be +12 right?) then goes to the dash lamps, and back to the steering harness. I have no power at the brake lamp switch either.
This is my daily driver, and my only car. I guess I'll have to run a jumper from another fuse to drive tomorrow.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.