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One light wont power

Right headlamb will not power was working priour replaced with new 1997 chevy lumina

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  • Joe8L Dec 14, 2008

    The passenger side headlight will not power, I replaced the bulb with a new one and it still does not light. Is there a separate fuse for the right side vs. the left? Could this be the problem?

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Some model have 2 fuse check fuse  under hood

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1997 Chevy Lumina turn signals are not working. I checked the fuses and bulbs they are fine. Hazard lights are working. What could be wrong?


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I have changed my brake switch, fuses, and bulbs in my 1997 chevy lumina and the brake lights still will not work at all, my signal lights only work. What could be the problem?


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