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Old 04-06-2020, 05:22 PM   #1
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Fried wiring harness??

So backstory, I own a 2017 Camaro RS that came from the dealer with aftermarket headlights. I noticed that the LED DRL inside the headlight housing was on and off intermittently, indicating a potential botched wiring job. Fast forward to yesterday, I was driving my vehicle when I noticed that my turn signal inside the car was flashing rapidly when activated, indicating a blown bulb. After getting out to check, I'm pretty sure I may have discovered something far worse than a blown bulb.....

THE PROBLEM:

Going from the front of the vehicle, my driver's side LED DRL inside the headlight housing along with low beam is not working. My driver's side brake light/ turn signal is not working. My passenger side taillight is not working. The side markers on the entire right side of my car are not working. And finally, my passenger's side headlight DRL and the bumper DRL are no longer working.

I've checked all the fuses and everything seems to be fine with them... any ideas?
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Old 04-06-2020, 05:29 PM   #2
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A short will cause all manner of BCM (body control module) oddities, correct the wiring in that lamp and everything else will likely be fine.
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