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Can anyone help me, I have any issue with my lights. Drivers headlamp, turn signal don't work, drivers tail light works fine. Passenger head light, and turn signal work, but passenger tail light doesn't work, nor does break light. Hi-beams don't work either. Looked and don't see a fuse listed, but see four relay modules. I replaced turn signal bulb in driver lamp but still doesn't work. Anyone have any ideas.
 

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Welcome to the forum. The OP hasn't logged in in about 8.5 years.
What year? Do the 4-way (hazard) flashers work on all 4 corners?
 
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What year?
 

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The TIPM (totally integrated power module) may have stored codes related to the lamp outage. You have already tried bulbs? Sockets look OK? There are no fuses, the TIPM will shut-off a circuit to prevent damage. See attached for wiring diagram.

TIPM codes are Body codes & an engine code reader may not have the capability to read them.
Some examples (Low is short? High is open?):
  • B162B-LEFT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B162C-LEFT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B162F-RIGHT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1630-RIGHT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B1633-LEFT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1634-LEFT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B1637-RIGHT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1638-RIGHT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
 

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The TIPM (totally integrated power module) may have stored codes related to the lamp outage. You have already tried bulbs? Sockets look OK? There are no fuses, the TIPM will shut-off a circuit to prevent damage. See attached for wiring diagram.

TIPM codes are Body codes & an engine code reader may not have the capability to read them.
Some examples (Low is short? High is open?):
  • B162B-LEFT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B162C-LEFT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B162F-RIGHT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1630-RIGHT LOW BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B1633-LEFT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1634-LEFT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
  • B1637-RIGHT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW
  • B1638-RIGHT HI BEAM CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH
Sockets are good. Bulbs are good. The rear left tail lamp had water in it. I figured itnshorted out (its led) so I replaced it and nothing. No turn signa no stop but tail lamp is good
 

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Do the powers & grounds test OK? Use a test light as opposed to a digital meter to put some load on the circuit under test. A high-impedance meter may show voltage, but there may not be enough current to light a bulb.
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