I know you will understand. I'm guessing there's voltage but no current. That's why I asked for the measurments with the circuit loaded down.Originally posted by Milan:
Body to engine ground? Body to frame ground?
The voltage at headlights is probably backfeeding. as John posts you need a meter and measure the voltage.The term juice makes my skin crawl. If you have the correct voltage at the proper terminal at the head lights and they are grounded as they should be, they would be on.
Well, in the end you might be right about that link. However, it shouldn't have gone out when the alternator was shorted. Wasn't in the path to ground and if it took off it should have smoked. Unless it was open in the first place, it shouldn't be a problem. Checking the fused BAT terminal will also check that link.Originally posted by Milan:
I learned something new today