So if we eliminated the bulb that means we need to check the wiring and fuses highlighted in the attachments.
To do this we need to test for voltage at the bulbs when they are turned on. You can do this by back probing the connector with a known good bulb installed but we need to find out if there is voltage there. I am guessing there is not, that means we need to check the fuses (you may have already done this). If the fuses are good and still no voltage then we need to check the relays. Swap the right hand with the left hand relay and see if the issue changes sides. If so, then the relay is the issue.
Let me know what you find and we can go from there. Thanks
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Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 AT 5:56 PM