Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
My guage lights, Window Controll Lights, Ac Controll lights, Shifter lights, and fog lights do not work. All waring and overhead lights work and the "Service Vehicle Soon" light is on. I checked all the fuses under hood and on both passenger and driver side doors with a circuit tester but no luck. This happened after I took out the turn signal multifunction switch to clean it so the infamous clicking would go away. I cleaned it by taking out all but one screw and prying it appart about 1/4" on the turn signal arm side and then I sprayed electrical degreaser and then electrical lubricant in and reinstalled. All fuses have been checked with a tester and are good. You tink I caused the BCM to go bad? Where is it located?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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