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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 3500 back up lights inop
If it is a standard truck there might be a problem with the back up light switch wich is mounted on the passenger side directly on the transmission. To make sure that that is the problem, you can pull of the 2 wire plug and put your truck in reverse and jump the two wires. You will also need to turn your key but not start your engine. If your reverse lights turn on you know it is the switch on the transmission. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
There will be a connector where the tow package wiring hooks up into the main wiring harness. Trace the wires from the trailer plug back till you find the connection place. Wiggle or carefully remove outer protection.
You will find the bad connection if you are patient.
It is to nice of a rig for duct tape and toggle switches.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
look in fuse panel for blown fuse with test light, check the bulb, and if all of that is good then check bulb socket for bad ground.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
First thing is to look at the a/c fuse and relay under the hood in the power panel. Possible blown fuse or a bad relay. If no blown fuse or bad relay found then go to passanger side of truck and you will see a black canaster with a low pressure switch on it. Remove plug to switch and using a jumper wire jump out the plug to see if the compressor clutch comes in. (have the truck running with the a/c selector switch on ). If the clutch comes on then it's either you have very little freon gas in system or the low pressure switch is bad and will need to replace it. Use small pliers to remove switch and replace it with a new switch, make sure it has a new o-ring inside switch before installing it. Hope this will help you.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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