Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
My odometer is no longer visible, nor are the "R N D..." lights that let me know what is going on with my transmission. The rest of the dash lights are fine.
They quit working recently (3 weeks ago), and I've only seen them illuminate one time since they quit working (2 weeks ago). When they were briefly illuminated 2 weeks ago, they were only on while the key was turned in the ignition prior to actually firing up the engine.
Should I suspect a burnt fuse or bulb? Which fuse (the manual seemed unclear to me on this)? How do I get to the bulb? what should my first step be?
- New Daddy
I own a 2000 impala ls and encountered the same problem.My solution to my problem was buy a new light switch and it worked.The circuits on the old one seemed to be burned so thats why they would come on sometimes.To install the new switch you need to remove the faceplate on the dash board and behind it you will find two screws holding it in place remove the screws and unplug the switch and replace.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Hi my name erick and i own a 2000 chevy impala 3.4 .I had the same problem ..and i change the light switch and fix my problem.
Posted on Oct 11, 2011
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