Question about Pontiac Firebird
The dash lights have to go through the headlight switch and then through the ignition then through a fusible link (wire) underneath the wrapping of the wire bundle leading to the ignition or battery. I recommend starting by removing the headlight switch or turning the dial on it to turn up the dimming. Look behing the headlight switch and look for an overheated melted harness etc. Also test the switch with a multimeter (continuity tester). If that is ok then proceed to the ignition (ignitions usually fail when a car is 10 to 15 years old). if that is ok then look for your fusible link.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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