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I have two light switches, one is a dimmer switch, both switches work independently but not together?
I would like to help but that is vague at best and I would imagine that they should be working independently. A dimmer and a standard on/off switch.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It cold just be a fuse that is loose in the fuse box causing the dash lights to come on and off. Or potentially a loose wire from the fuse box the dash lights.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
You need to take the vehicle back to whoever repaired it for there's a rod running down from your dimmer switch to the actual dimmer switch mounted above your ankles which should be white and/or green and it has two 5/16" nuts or 8 mm, same thing, and the headlight dimmer switch is slotted to move it up or down the column to make contact. You can do this yourself in loosening the bolts, turning on the headlights, and when they stay on, lock down one of the 8 mm bolts, then check the dimming feature and if it's still not correct, loosen the bolts just enough to move the switch (with the rod coming down from the steering wheel) just enough to "fine-tune" your adjustment.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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