Question about 1999 GMC Sierra
Fuse panel does notlist what fuse is for headlights.. all other lights seem to be ok.
Check your ground. and there should be a fuse in there for it. read your owners manual or even get a haynes manual. those things are like the bible for car owners. that should tell you where the fuse should be and what size.
you could also go through your fuse box and look for any burnt out fuses. sometimes they put different stuff together like your horn and headlights.
and one more thing is check the wiring going to the sockets. it could be shorting out if the wires got burned, cut, or even just a little bit of insulation missing.
my guess is most likely a ground or fuse though
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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