Question about 1998 GMC Safari
I recently had the bonnet off my van to check out the distributor and I noticed before I went to replace bonnet that the gauges are not working and the check gauges light is burning dimly and the radio is not working either I know it was working after I removed the bonnet because I had pulled the antenna lead from the radio and I was trying to put it back because the radio wont pick up anything without it. I did remove the distributor and put it back in after checking the wear and play in the gear on it. I checked the fuses and none are blown so I dont know what would cause the gauges to stop working.
When the bonnet was removed the antenna wire was pulled loose. It is a ground for several components and when it was plugged back in everything came back to life.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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