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I don't think there is a fuse for the dash lights. On newer GM trucks the lighting is handle by the body computer, the switches provide ground to the BCM and power for the dash lights comes from it. The headlight switch provides a ground to the BCM and to the headlight relays. All of the external lights have fuses. If you can't find a fuse for dash lights in the owners manual I will say it has been dropped.
I would have them take a good look at the fuel preasure and also the coil pack, as the car may run good at times and then skip whenever,hope this helps, also have they scanned the computer for stored codes as if its skipping the check engine light must be on.
apparently there has been a Daewoo technical bulletin that says problems with low beam and DRL on some 2005-6 Optras caused by a melted wire in the s201 splice pack on the IP harness. If I knew where that was I might be able to fix the same problem on my Optra. Tried new light switch but no success.
check body fuse and interior lights fuse. If body fuse blows certain interior light STAY ON and kill the battery, therefore NO START snd s dsrk dash. Firrst we have charge the battery. Replace blown fuses. Now why did the fuse blow ? I found plenty of dimes in the cigarette lighter socket. Rear ones too. Hope it helps
incorrectly wired radio would cause problem.it would be the wire that is suppose to connect for dimming lights looks like a ground but is not has a yellow or a white stripe with black on it.use it as a ground and it will blow the fuse.
I have a similar problem with my 2005 Optra 5 - daytime running lights are hit/miss. About 3-4 years ago, the alarm started activating itself - FREQUENTLY. Turns out it was corroded wires. Now this. (Take heart - my Corolla had a similar problem - bad sockets - bulbs burned out faster than they could be replaced. Toyota never did admit responsibility.)
Road Safety Recalls Database Print this Page Transport Canada Recall # 2007315Recall Date:2007/09/28Notification Type:Safety MfrSystem:Lights And InstrumentsManufacturer Recall Number:07240Units Affected:33,865Category:CarRecall Details:Certain vehicles may experience a loss of headlamp low beam or Daytime Running Light (DRL) function as a result of a melted instrument panel harness connector. Low beam failure would lead to reduced visibility during hours of darkness. DRL failure may render the vehicle less visible to other motorists and pedestrians during daylight hours. Both cases could lead to a vehicle crash with injury or death. Correction: Dealers will add a direct connection splice clip to the headlamp low beam circuit in order to bypass the faulty connector.
Model Year(s) Affected
CHEVROLETOPTRA2004 2005 2006