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Day time running lights on a 1998 chev c1500

Ive checked parking brake fuses and i cant get them to come on

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Ck around the emergency brake. There should be a switch that when the e brake is applied it will cause the lights to go out. Also ck all wire connections and ck that the wires havent been cut by someone who felt like they did not need/want them, and finally have you ensurred the blubs were good?

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