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Hello everyone,

My Infiniti q50 hybrid is having some electrical issues in the left side :)

1) So the most important problem which I am facing now is Passenger side turning light. When I tested it using multimeter there is no voltage, so probably cable is broken?

Can anyone advise me what to do? When I scan using AUTEL OBD, it doesn't say it has problem.

2)Front left corner parking sensor is not working, I replaced the sensor, so sensor is okay.


Would really appreciate your advices
 

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Did you check fuses?
 

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Nope! 🙄
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I looked whole day for fuse/relay of turn signal light. I concluded that it has no fuses/relays and it is 100% controlled by BCM module (which has 40 ampere fuse) using transistors.

So now, I must find bcm module location, dismantle it and see if cable is broken from bcm to turn light signal lamp.


Any ideas, am I correct in this case? am I going in the right direction :) ?
 

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I looked whole day for fuse/relay of turn signal light. I concluded that it has no fuses/relays and it is 100% controlled by BCM module (which has 40 ampere fuse) using transistors.

So now, I must find bcm module location, dismantle it and see if cable is broken from bcm to turn light signal lamp.


Any ideas, am I correct in this case? am I going in the right direction :) ?
You are correct in that there aren't dedicated fuses or relays for the turn signals and the BCM controls the voltage output to the turn signals. There are 3 fuses for the BCM.

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The BCM is located here:

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You are correct in that there aren't dedicated fuses or relays for the turn signals and the BCM controls the voltage output to the turn signals. There are 3 fuses for the BCM.

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The BCM is located here:

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You're the man! Thanks. I found BCM's fuses yesterday and all of them are okay. I'll try to get to the BCM today, hope I'll find the solution. Without that I can't drive the car, because it failed tech inspection.
 

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Both of the cables that go into left turn signal light are touching eachother somewhere (or even touching the frame). I don't know what to do :)))

One idea I have is to take whole new cable and just connect it from bcm to light.
 
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