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Check fuses first then relays then switch and on the off chance the bulbs
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The headlights work but turn
one bad bulb will be your problem. Doesn't matter which side. If one bulb is bad in the front or in the back, left or right, then you have the problem you are having. Check your fuses first. Little easier to change a fuse than a bulb.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
these trucks have a generic body control module in the left kickpanel. just remove the plastic trim from the drivers floor molding to access the module. inspect the wire for green dust or gel. if there is signs of this then you have a corrosion problem. disconnect you battery and then try cleaning the corrosion all off using contact cleaner and penetrating oil. once the corrosion is gone then reconnect everything and try to see if it works. If not then it is possible that the module is damaged. you will need a new one.
Posted on Oct 29, 2011
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