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Old 11-08-2020, 10:08 AM
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Does anyone know if BLAS is still around. I need another wiring diagram. I think my car ate the one I bought in 2009. I have Superformance #2769

Also. if anyone knows...... My left rear tail light and my right front park lamps are shorted out. I determined the left rear and right front are linked as are the right rear and left front. Why....I don't know.

I replace the fuse and it immediately blows. I unplugged the right front light and it still blew the fuse. I unplugged the tail light and it still blew a fuse.

I'm assuming I can go to the fuse panel, disconnect the wires from the hot side and reattach them one at a time until the fuse blows again. There are several wires on the number 12 fuse which is supposed to be the lights (not head lights or signals). Anyone have a clue????
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Old 11-09-2020, 06:07 AM
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Mark Twain replied, Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.....

Yes, I have the wiring Diagram for your chassis and a replacement copy is in the mail. Check the wiring on the rear bulb socket then the front bulb socket. Take one at a time out of the circuit and change the fuse. See what happens. Turn signals ok?

I have 5 different versions of the Wiring Diagrams for the Superformance MKIII, and 2 versions for the Superformance GT40.
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All lights function but the right front parking light and the left rear tail lamp.
I replaced the bulbs-blew the fuse
removed the bulbs- blew the fuse
disconnected the right front harness-blew the fuse
blows the fuse immediately as you place it in the socket.

Does that mean the hot wire from the fuse is grounded front or rear? If so can I disconnect the hot wire and get positive from another post?

Any ideas what to do next? Electrical gives me a headache. thanks Tom.
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I finally got around to buying one of Blas's excellent wiring diagrams. He was super helpful and easy to deal with, and had my drawing delivered in record time.

Should save me lots of time and money next time there's an electrical gremlin to deal with.
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Tom - I recently had a confusing lighting issue - not the same as yours instead, the turn signals and running lights were acting improperly. It turned out I had to more tightly secure the ground wires on the front signal/running light sockets. I never blew a fuse but you might try checking the 1157 sockets up front. It's a weird setup.

Keep in mind the 1157 bulbs in the front control both the signal and running lights. The rear 1157 bulbs (upper in my car) control the brakes and running lights. By not being properly grounded I had dim running lights, turn signals were off and some other confusing non-headlight lighting.

Once I realized it wasn't a bad bulb, I stuck my head under the front fenders and saw the barely loose ground wires.

Blas' diagram helped me figure things out but my problem was not shown in a diagram because he assumes the wiring is fully functional. I refer to his diagrams frequently (thanks Blas)!

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I finally bought one of Blas' wiring diagrams a year or so ago. Should have done it years earlier. The diagrams are excellent and will save you many, many hours of confusion and frustration circuit tracking / tracing as you assemble or repair one of these cars.


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