The fuse is good. What else could cause the head lights and the blinkers to not work. could the multifunction switch (blinker, bright, wiper) in the column cause that? If so how hard is that to change?
I have not tested it yet. I will get the multi-meter out today. The multifunction switch feels like its jacked up. I was wondering how to get to it. Do I just have to pull the steering wheel?
the dimmer switch is not under the wheel, it's operated by a rod connected to the switch and is located low down on the column. It's not uncommon for the switch to be bad, loose, kicked or the rod out of place.
Ok, I have power to the head light harness at the bulb. At the bulb there are 3 wires. A ground, white and red, and green. The green has 13.3 volts and the white and red has .3 volts with the brights off and .2 volts with the brights on. Would the regular low beam lamps not work if the high beam switch s bad. It definitely feels like the high beam switch is bad. It's really hard to cycle it on and off. That doesn't explain the turn signals not working. I will go see if I have power to the turn signals now.
my 91 has a dog hair funky buildup on everything under the dash. My dimmer switch is gunked up to where the brites will flash, but not click to stay on. The headlights, turn signals, and ignition switch are all down there on the lower column and are starting to cause grief after twenty plus years. And, the plastic turn signal switch in the column has reached beyond its design life expectancy. The more you yank on it to get the high beams to work, the more broken it feels. My hazard switch was missing which was part of the turn signal switch.
I started looking into why my hazards didn't work, and I started finding all this other stuff to where the column will come out to do a full overhaul just to make it nice. there are so many electrical components under there that can cause mayhem, its a good idea to go through everything. That's my plan at least.