Mechanics

REAR LEFT TURN SIGINAL WON'T WORK

2006 Nissan Murano

Electrical problem
2006 Nissan Murano 6 cyl All Wheel Drive Automatic 127000 miles

teh light works when using the remote to unlock door but no break light or turn siginal
how can I fix it?
thanks
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Batherton
June 3, 2010.




Hi batherton,

Thank you for the donation.

Are the lights not working only on one side of vehcle?

For the brake lights, did you check the brake Fuse # 20 ( 10 A ) in underdash fuse block?

Does the hazard lights works?

KHLow2008
Jun 3, 2010.
I am having the same problem on the right side.
The light does work when I first start the car, or hit the key fob, but doesn't work when I break or turn signal is applied. Only the back right.
I will check the fuse and hazards tonight.
Batherton, did you fix yours?

Tiny
EP24
Mar 28, 2012.
EP24, also check the main ground for the right rear lights. Unfortunately, our online reference isn't letting me see schematics, so I can't tell you exactly where it is, but it'll be behind that side of the seat, near the 'B' pillar base.

Rivermikerat
Mar 31, 2012.
Update, hazard flashers do work.
Any other ideas?

Tiny
EP24
Apr 1, 2012.
Ok, just to verify here EP24: The right rear brake/turn signal doesn't work when the brake pedal is depressed, or the turn signal switch is activated, after the car has been running for some time frame.
However it does work with the hazards or when locking/unlocking with the remote fob.

Is all this correct?

Rivermikerat
Apr 1, 2012.
Yes you are correct.
Also checked all the fuses under driver dash and didn't find any blow.

Tiny
EP24
Apr 1, 2012.
Ok. When the problem occurs, check for power at the brake pedal switch, on both sides, with the pedal up and with it depressed.

Rivermikerat
Apr 1, 2012.
After further investigation, the blinker/brake lights seem to work for 1 flash only, and then after it goes dead. If I shut the car off and then back on the brake/flash/hazards will only work for the 1st flash and then stops working. This only happens on the back right hand side.
Any ideas?
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Tiny
EP24
Apr 10, 2012.
You need to trace the wires and figure out where the power to the bulbs stops.

Rivermikerat
Apr 10, 2012.
But the fact that the lights work for even the first few seconds means they are getting power, right?

Tiny
EP24
Apr 11, 2012.

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