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2014 V6 light bar issue

Old 5/15/18, 03:19 PM
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2014 V6 light bar issue

I am the owner of a “Certified Pre-Owned” aka used Sterling Gray V6 2014 convertible. LOVE IT! However, when you buy CPO, you always run the chance of finding the little qwerks. I discovered that My driver side light bar does not always turn on. Here is how it is working.
  • Standard daytime/ daylights- it is on.
  • If I turn on the headlights before I shift into gear, it is on.
  • If I shift into gear then turn on headlights or turn on headlights while driving, the light bar does not come on.
I am okay with mechanical work myself (or with assistance from a buddy), but I do not know much about electrical. Do you have any Ideas what could be causing this? Any and all suggestions welcome.
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Old 5/15/18, 06:21 PM
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The light bar has two leads in the plug, the marker light of the bar appears to not be working, if it is a CPO I would take it in since the headlamp assembly is rather spendy.
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