Question about 1989 GMC Suburban
I changed the light switch for the head lights and now the dashboard lights won't work. But all the other lights work.
If ALL the lights work but the dash ...and the dash worked before you replaced the switch its probaby the twisty (dash light brightness) part of the switch its a 3 way switch pull halfway for runners pull fullway for headlights twist right or left for dash lights L all the way for bright ...then click the dome should come on ya didnt say where the NEW switch came from ..................
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Most often the tail lights and dash lights share a single feed and fuse.
Assuming you have checked the fuses (probably marked as tail or courtesy)
If you have good fuse and the head light gives a voltage out while in the 'parking light' position (usually between off and headlights) then you need to start chasing wiring.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Ok i was goin to put my yellow wire of my radio and put it on with my head lights and stuff on the switch cause i had to hook the red wire and yellow wire together so the radio would work and it did but it woulnt save my memory thts y i tried hookin it up to the switch that turns the head lights on and it worked but i touched a wire and blew 3 fuses and i changed them and now they both wont work! Wat should i do?
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
SOURCE: dashboards lights
Please check if there is blown out fuse in the car replace it or the car blown lights you need to check to remove the panel use this link:
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: Dashboard lights don't work
Make sure that when you check the fuses you use a test light applied to both sides of the fuse you are testing.It can be very difficult to see a fuse that is blown when the fuse is blown near the edges. PS the dash fuse is by itself and needs to be checked when the light switch is on.
Posted on May 26, 2009
You must have a bare wire at the back of your truck that's shorting out where gravel stones have pounded the outside coating off. If you have an after market trailer plug on there, you might want to check that out too. The connections to your main wires from the trailer plug, are never done properly, and always cause problems somewhere.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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