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no tail light on passenger side. replaced tail light circuit board, fuses and bulbs. I havebrake lights ... 2003 GMC Envoy75,000Visitor. My brake light got ... How do I replace the high mount third brake light on a 2002 gmc envoy? The light does ...
Often lights under a dash or indicators just blow out bulbs. If more than one thing isn't lighting and are centralized check fuses to see if its blown. Bulb or fuse. IMHO. MIGHT be a sensor on tranny too. Hope not.
Here's a video with detaile dinstrauctions and other people's fuse questions. New fuses?
look under your vehicles hood on the drivers side, and you should see 1 -2 black box's, these have fuses / and relays inside, remove the plastic covers, and there should be information / diagram explaining what they are and where they are located.
I have a 2000 Sierra it has a one piece backing plate that was half rotted. I removed all hardware( caliper etc ) cut off old plate. I then bandsawed new one piece plate in half , attached two overlap tabs on the halves, and sprayed the outside surface with stoneguard spray to protect them. When you install the hardware the two halves will be held securely and the stoneguard will help to keep them from rotting off again.
Or...... do what the gmc engineers do , remove the rear differential cover drain the fluid, pull the axle shafts and replace the plates as one piece. About $100 extra in oil and gaskets. Thanks GMC..
Probably not... For some reason license plate light wiring and sockets are VERY prone to corrosion. Make sure to check the light sockets and try to get to the wiring close to them, your problem is more than likely very close to the lights.