I have encountered a problem while trying to wire up my lights. The car is a 90' Corrado with Euros and a relayed harness.
First click of the headlight switch should be parking lights, and it is, but not all of them. I get power to both the rears and the passenger side front city light. The drivers side front only gets about 1.00 volts, which obviously doesn't light my bulb.
I did some searching and found some people had some luck by relocating a wire on the back of the headlight switch. I did this. I moved blk/wh #56 to the "NSL" spot on the switch. This stopped the indicator light from glowing (like people said it would) and allowed me to have the parking lights without playing with the high beam stalk switch. This is great, but I still get no power to the drivers front light.
I removed all the wiring to this light to eliminate a possible short problem. Currently I have only a 6' piece of wire coming out of headlight plug at the fuse box A1 (yellow) spot # 4 which is a 0.5 mm Gray/Black wire. connected to fuse #8. I still only get 1 volt or so from this pin when the headlight switch is in either on position.
I'm stumped, I don't know why the other 3 work and I don't get any juice at this pin. Looking at the Bentley it seems that nothing else really connects to this wire except fuse #8( checked and is good) and the internal brass fuse box connections(which I feel are fine).
Any help would be appreciated.