Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: License plate light wires
Well if you can see that you have 2 black wires on No plate light and you can see the rear lights then get a test light and turn on the parking lights with test lighttest light to earth and the point stick into wires on rear light till it lights then run wire from there to No plate...1 wire will go to light and 1 to Earth put earth to earth screw and other to No plate lisht good
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Your first easy repair, will be to remove the bulb, then lightly spray PB Blaster into the socket that holds the bulb. Wipe off all excess liquid on outside of socket...the PB Blaster is excellent in cleaning and maintaining electrical connections...I would consider replacing the bulb with a new one...also use bulb/grease when reinstalling the new bulb...this should work...if not, then you need to totally replace the bulb socket...the replacement is available at your GM Dealer, or save money at a local salvage yard...some let you find and remove the part you need...usually just 2-3 wires that will need re-connected...if you find a used one, inspect for rust, and be sure to leave extra length on each wire when you cut them off...Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
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