Question about 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
My parking lights/tail lights dont work at all Already replaced switch what else
Go buy a cheap 12v dc tester from the Auto Shop Clip the croc clip onot a clean, paint free bit of the bodywork near to the light clusters There is nearly always a clean bolt head you can use Stick the point of the tester into the back of the lamp connecter and see if it lights up when you avtivate the switch. Better still remove the switch and see if the ouputs light up as you click it on and off If it does then you have voltage and you will need to check the earth connections from the light clusters. If you dont have voltage then you will have to trace the loom back until you find the break. Normally with lights it is corrosion on the holder or the earths which cause problems
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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