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2006 Aveo, the lights in my dash went out similar to how a light bulb burns out, All of the gages still work and the lights for the, high beans, cruise control and day time running light signal all still work.
Check fuse first... check that the dimmer isnt turned all the way down... check the power coming from the dimmer switch... and if all else fails, pull the instrument cluster and check bulbs.
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From 2003-2006 GM installed faulty stepper motors for the instrument panel gauges on a lot of their models. Revised stepper motors are available. Each gauge uses one motor.
Common problem with turn signal malfunction is the 4 way hazard switch.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Faulty product. I install cruise control for 6 years. One of the cables are hooked into the throttle and the other in the vaccuum actuator, since it is electronically controlled actuator, the object itself might be losing it's contents or frankly worded, is taking a nose dive. works much like a brake booster does.
Is it a PID system? (Proportional integral derivative system)
or is it just standard proportional?
That will play a factor.
If you just have one of those cheesy controls (cruise controls), than replace it, obviously it wouldnt of cost much. if it is not, check the actuator and replace it! Replace the Fuse, brush it with wire brush, clean up all connections.
You should be ready to roll!
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
look in your owner's manual for the location of the cruse control fuse it is different from other fuses usually much larger
Posted on May 21, 2009
Hello. The symptoms you are describing are likely due to a poor ground. Temporarily install a new ground wire by securing a piece of copper wire to the frame with a self tapping screw. Use this ground wire along with the hot wire to see if each of these lights works. If it does, trace the ground wire back to the frame, unscrew it and clean up the metal with emery cloth so you reestablish a good ground.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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