I'm trying to check the fuse but I've lost the diagram for it and can't figure out which fuse is for the passenger taillight. The whole assembly is out, thinking it might be a burnt fuse...
i would find the common earth to the cluster and probe the earth ie add a earth to the cluster rule out a earthing problems easy to do,, ie wire from metal part of car or neg side of battery best way to be sure then find the earth feed for cluster ie remove the bulb holder and find the common wire ie the metal strip that goes to all bulbs will be the earth return, ie outer case of bulbsI'm trying to check the fuse but I've lost the diagram for it and can't figure out which fuse is for the passenger taillight. The whole assembly is out, thinking it might be a burnt fuse...
the clue for me was what he wrote ie The whole assembly is out, that was his words or have you got a different text to meIf the only light not working in the cluster is the tail light (presume he means side light) and the earth is common to all lights in the cluster it can't be the earth.
Edit: Unless you're suspicious of a fracture of the earth returns within the light cluster?
argument was never in my mind guess you have issue with facts being wrote not my problem to be honest dont really care, pleasant fellow most of the time dont come on here to pick the shit out of anyone or anything to be honest,, facts are thePleasant fellow aren't you. I took that to mean he'd removed it from the car. Maybe he meant it in the way you've interpreted, could be either. I'm not going to get into a pointless internet argument about it either way as I'm really not that interested.