Question about 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Ok so i bought some new tow mirrors for my truck and had them about 5 to 6 months all of a sudden both mears only move to the left and up and i thought they both might be bad so i put the old factory ones back on and did the same thing what would this be? cant be the fuse because its getting power i was thinking have to be the swich inside the truck because nothing was wrong with my old mirrors just wanted to upgrade to bigger ones so any help is great thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check with VOM (volt ohm meter) 3 to 5 bucks at harbor freight.
...with current connected check voltage at each pole of switch while pushing in the respective direction.
...Can also try electrical contact cleaner spray into switch as a potential quicky test/solution---often the contacts get arc residue/resistance.
..if replaced the mirrors then you know where the wiring harness connector is, and can check the voltages on each pin while moving the switch--thereby seeing which pin is generating something and which is pole/switch position is doing nothing (if connector is more accessible than switch blade connectors.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
sounds like you fried a relay ,, and will have to see a tech. for this ,, someone you trust and is ASE cert. in Auto electrical specialist
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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