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Mike M2 
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Posted: October 13, 2008 at 2:56 PM / IP Logged  
robertsc wrote:

maybe seeing that the relay rest at ground you could have damaged the relay for the lamps that in turn turns the daytimes on

check to see if the parking light wire still rests at gound

Pretty much impossible to do as a parking light positive wire will always show ground when idle due to the bulb filaments...

Mike M2
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CS Dealer Services
robertsc 
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Posted: October 13, 2008 at 5:13 PM / IP Logged  

if you check directech they say do not use positive as it is a relay that rests at ground

do you have a  wiring diagram to disprove this theory

you seem to disprove my theory with no theory of your own

how do you know that the parking light relay dosn't also provide ground for the daytime running lights

did you design the circuit

slicksam 
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Posted: October 13, 2008 at 8:21 PM / IP Logged  

Ok guys here is the conclusion.

This van comes with drl's, but there is a special place for this fuse, which is not marked on the back of the cover of the fuse. Toyota does not put a fuse they put a JUMPER or PIN in its place. I was looking for a blown fuse. So, I put a 10 amp fuse or you can use a jumper cause it is only a ground that needs to continue the flow.

Here is a pic of the place, if this ever happens to any of you in the futur.

https://img261.imageshack.us/img261/2199/post81083122341pb4.jpg

I want to give thanks to all who answered and I want to give a BIG THANK YOU TO MOONLITER he supplied me with all the information on this van.

Once again I tip my hat to this website.

Thanks

Testing is the key
Mike M2 
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Posted: October 14, 2008 at 6:33 AM / IP Logged  
robertsc wrote:

if you check directech they say do not use positive as it is a relay that rests at ground

do you have a  wiring diagram to disprove this theory

you seem to disprove my theory with no theory of your own

how do you know that the parking light relay dosn't also provide ground for the daytime running lights

did you design the circuit

Sorry, i should have been more specific. I was saying it's impossible to check for ground at the green parking light wire, not the running light relay. All positive parking light wires show ground at rest in all cars nomatter what.

Anyway, glad you solved your problem Slick...

Mike M2
Tech Manager
CS Dealer Services
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