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Pull the dimmer switch out for the dash lights and see if it has battery (+) present when the headlights are n, if it does then likely the dimmer switch is defective.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm assuming its an original alarm or system that came from factory or dealer. When the light blinks is because the alarm is activated. Look underneath the radio the alarm brain might be there. There will be a label on it saying alarm or security system etc. Disconnect the harness to it and try operating your vehicle.
Posted on May 06, 2009
from memory it is in inlet manifold some were in front middle section bottom, (underneath) 4ZE1?
single wire possibly yellow
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
SOURCE: holden rodeo v6 1998 3.2L 4wd
the click is the solenoid hitting the bendix, try geting someone to turn the key,and as they do,tap the starter with a hammer, or heavy wrench, if it starts, then its the solenoid, and it can be stripped and replaced, if it doesnt start,then its the bendix, and you will need to replace the starter, ....which you can do yourself, .....takes about an hour or so
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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It sounds like the brake light switch has failed. It is located on a bracket under the dash near the top of the brake pedal arm. You could put a bridging wire across the terminals to confirm if the switch is out and the rest of the wiring is OK. If the lights then work replace the switch.
To remove switch, disconnect wiring, loosen locknut and unscrew switch. Replacement is reverse procedure. To adjust, screw in switch until operating button is fully depressed by pedal arm, tighten locknut and reconnect wires. Check for correct operation of lights.
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