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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would replace the fuel pump and the fuel pump connector, both have problems in this year that cause excessive current draw and blow the fuse and overheat the system. If the relay socket terminals are discolored from heat that must be replaced as well. Of course before replacing any parts have a GM dealer confirm the problems i have guessed are to the cause.
Posted on Jul 09, 2012
The switches used in the headlight relay operate via one circuit to control the parking lights, another current for driving lights and the third operates the high beams. One or multiple switches in the set can fail due to corrosion, excess current or exposure to damp conditions, resulting in total loss of headlight function or the inability to switch between beam brightness. The operator should inspect the switches for signs of damage or wear and replace them as needed.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2012
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