Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
For some weird strange reason the prndl and odometer light up when they decide to and the license plate lamps inop and were changed with known good parts
I had similar problems but 10 times worse than your's. After a $800 bill and 3 months later my problems were back. So I took it on myself. Under the hood on the drivers side wheel well you will find the 'Fuse Relay Center'. There is an enormous amount of wires (harness) that enter it from under it, between the box and the wheel well. I found that over the years wires had bared themselves and were shorting out on the wheel well. I located the worn wires, simply applied electrical tape to worn area then applied approx. 1/4" thick spacers between the bottom of the box and the wheel well at the bolts. You can use a stack of washers if needed. Two years and 45000 miles later, no electrical problem exists...yet. This is a very simple and inexspensive fix.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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