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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dash lights ?
they are on the same circuit but they are wired in parallel not series so having a missing bulb will not effect the circuit..
you need to test for power.. the switch sends power to th fuse and for the dash lamps goes through the dimmer switch if there is one fitted, then to the instrument cluster circuit board..
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
do you have a relay box under the hood ? if so you might look inside the relay box lid and see which one runs the starter and switch with one of the other relays to see if it is bad
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Below the steering column is an access panel, or a cover. It is held in place with four Philips screws. One in each corner. Remove it. (Keep track of those screws. They have a special washer made onto them!)
Now you can reach up under the dash more easily, and feel for the dashlight bulb holders. You have to lay on your right side on the floorboard, twist your upper body to the left, and stick your arm, and hand up in there. This will be so much fun, that you'll want to get a second job doing just this! (NOT!)
Since you've never done this before, (If I'm correct), I'll try to explain what you're feeling for.
To explain what a dashlight bulb holder looks like.
Looking at the bulb socket side, it is a round shaped piece of plastic about the size of a nickle.
There is a socket in the middle, and the miniature
lamp bulb pushes down in to install.
Looking at the backside, where your fingers will be touching, it looks like a knob on a gas stove. It has a protrustion in the middle, that is shaped in a rectangle.
The bulb end that inserts into the bulb socket, narrows down to a flat tip. Should be a 194. Looks like this,
The bulb holder has one crude thread on it. To remove it, you turn it one-quarter turn, then take it out. As you face the dash, turn it to the right.
Once you get one out in your hand, you'll see what I meant about the shape, why it was hard to describe, and how crude my explanation probably is.
REPLACE one bulb at a time!
Hope this helps you in some way.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
check for a burnt wire near your starter, usually red @ 8 or 10 gauge.this is your accessory feed the same thing happened to a chevy i had one time. also check the smaller ground wires giong from your battery to the chassis/body
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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