The term AFS is used in the 2nd diagram to help differentiate between the bulb type turn signals vs the led type.
I'm trying to swap my headlights(without-AFS) to a higher trim version(AFS) on my 2018 Mazda CX-9 Touring. So far installing the higher trim headlight has been plug and play and everything works except the turn signal does not activate at all. I've never looked at an electrical diagram before and having trouble understanding what I'm looking at.
In the first diagram below, my vehicle's original headlight has "BULB TYPE" turn signals which is easy enough to understand: there is a "hot" wire and a ground wire.
However, the higher trim headlights utilize "LED TYPE" turn signals and I don't understand why it has two "hot" wires.
My vehicle is missing the B+ wire from the engine fuse box which I believe is a constant 12v even with engine off. I tried adding a connection from the fuse box that has a constant 12v to where the missing wire should go but this did not work. I'm also curious what does the dashed line mean in the 2nd diagram that connects the GY/L(F) to the GY(F) wire. Thanks in advance.