Take a look at the picture at:
Running lights GONE
The current comes in the panel by the 5 pins connector located in the lower part.
The wire for the running lights is identified as Park in.
The currant for the running lights is coming out by the brown wire on the 3 pins connector in the upper section. It is identified as Running Lts.
First check if you have power on the lower wire, if yes, just use a bypass with a in-line fuse between this wire and the brown one. The lights should come on but maybe they will not stay on for more than 3 seconds.
If they stay on, hip hip hourra !
If the fuse blow, you have a long screw hidden somewhere.
If they don't and the fuse is intact, you may run a wire from the battery (I took the power source near the step pad, go under, you will see big red wires with LOT of power) all the way to the panel, transfert your in-line fuse on it and connect it to a relay. Use the wire Park in to feed the relay.
If you do not know how to connect a relay or have no idea of what I'm talking about, just let me know, I will explain in details.
Pierrôt and Sylvie D'Astous, Solera 2011
Canada in summer, FL-TX-LO-NM-AZ in winter !
Nights camped in: 2014-96, 2015-139, 2016-89