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Low beam fuse

Changed the light switch already, have read alot about a low beam fuse, however I cannot find anything that tells me where this low beam fuse is, or if there is one on a 1999 safari van.

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Hi I'm Peter, Here is a link to the owners manual. You should be able to find all the info there I went through it and it has the fuse boxes listed.http://www.docstoc.com/docs/133640412/1999-GMC-Safari-Owners-Manua Yes I know it's missing the L but don't put it in that's how the address is. This is a site that is free to join and it gives you free access to all kinds of documents. It'd be worth joining. Hope you get them fixed soon. Let me know.

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No fuse, but if you have daytime running lights and are experiencing headlight trouble, that circuit could be the source of the problem. Also, in the 1999 model year headlights could be either composite or sealed beam.

Posted on Apr 19, 2014

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You need to start by checking the fuse for your headlights (low beams). The DRL could be be bad, but I have not seen them go out very often.

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