Question about 2004 Chevrolet Suburban
THE LIFTGATE FUSE IS NOT LABELED ON THE FUSE PANEL.
SOURCE: 97 Suburban dome lights
It is not going to be a fuse, It is going to be your dome light switch on the dash or one of your door switchs is bad. I would start with drivers door, (make sure the other doors are closed) you can open the door and flick the switch in and out a few time. Push it in and let it snap out. (keeping a eye on the lights) If that doesnt work disconnect the door switchs one at a time. Dont let the wire touch a ground because that is what turns the light on. Make sure the dome switch on the light itself is not turned on. It is possible but not likely that a wire has come off of one of the door switches and grounded itself.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
SOURCE: 2006 suburban - liftgate and
The lights and the electronic tail-gate lock cylinder are on differient electrical circuits, most likely, your problem is in the rear hatch wiring harness. See attached description: C406 - C901You will find the connector just inside the rear liftgate, in the headliner. This will be the connector that handles these items. It is common for them to become abraided and wear the wires through.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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