Jun 9th, 08, 06:09 PM
Join Date: Sep 2000
Location: Va Beach VA
Re: Parking/running/brake lights
I will suggest the following:
1. Low voltage compared to the other side,
2. High resistance in ground/return circuit compared to the other side, usually a seprate ground wire goes back to body for ground to complete circuit.
3. Bad lens, poor refraction as light goes through the lens,
4. Light socket corroded compared to other side. If you can temporarily swap light assemblies per side, dim light will go to other side.
Use DMM as a current meter and measure current between both sides and compare, should be the same typical amount.
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