Question about GMC Suburban
I have removed the dash and checked the light switch, actually replaced with another on the shelf still no lights, have removed overhead counsel (NO POWER UP there) again the fuse is good, continuity checked and visual, bulbs are good continuity checked. could it be possible if one of the door actuators hot wire went to ground wouldn't it still work with other doors, I have no light with any doors or with the head light switch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 geo metro headlight problem
hmmmm sounds like you are on the right track with the ground . with as much current as headlights pull it is possible that the intermittent open you are experiencing has to do with heat coming from an open in the wiring . i believe your best bet would be to locate a wiring diagram for your cars headlight circuit and inspect every wire in that circuit as well as one surrounding for thing like : burn marks , corrosion , places where insulation has worn off or is no longer even there ( :) ) ,and i believe you may find something . also , some cars come with a set of relays specifically for the headlights . these the headlights may be drawing extra current through the relay causing it to switch off (means headlights are bad ) , or the relay itself may have worn out over time (relay (s) may be bad ). i hope this helps you
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
might b but try tightning the battery turminals to if its not getting a good conection it will turn on ur lights or dim them if there on . happens every once in a while . other than that if it dosent work try the modg.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: dome lights won't turn off
Been having a problem with the dome lights on a 99 chevy blazer. Still can't figure out what the problem is. There is a dome light overide button located under the dimmer wheel. When I push the overide button in the dome light goes off, but when I open any of the doors the dome light will not come on. When the overide button is out the dome light stays on all the time and will not turn off even though every door is closed. I checked all the pushbuttons and everything tests good. Has anyone had this problem and know how to fix it?
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
if the problem is that the interior light does not work, and have already checked the fucibles and appear well or not, housed the correct fuse. Just disconnect the battery cable and connect buelbelo .. and you will be surprised to see that your lights funcionana. I do not believe it but I worked it costs nothing to test.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
Check bottle coolant level, if this is OK, then you muts to replace the "coolant level sensor".
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Posted on Oct 27, 2011
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