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1998 chevy blazer dashlights and background lights won't come on?

Dashlights and background lights won't come on. we replaced the headlight and dimmer switch already, it came on for a MINUTE but then went off again. but nothing now.

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  • rustyw3 Mar 12, 2009

    Yes i have checked all of the fuses

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Dumb question but, did you try swapping out the fuse?

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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