Question about 1989 Chevrolet Caprice
Not the same fuse.
in the electrical box under the hood for the headlights.
in the fuse box inside for the tail lights
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had this happen and it is rare, but I have had a filiment burn out in a two filment buld and short to the other filiment. It does happen and I think this might be your problem, the only way to find it is a visual inspection of each bulb. I am sure many people will think this is crazy, but I have had the exact same problem, I had the schematics, tested the circuits,etc. and them by accident found a stop/blinker 1157 bulb that had done this exact thing. I hope this helps you, check the bulbs in your headlights also.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Fuse board you are looking for is at passenger side (left side) kick panel to the side of your feet. There's a fuse box in there -additional to the main one located in engine bay. Suggest getting a $5 (or less) test light (looks like a pen), connect one end onto a clean bolt (not painted), and push the pen end onto the tiny opening on the top of the fuse- if its good then a light comes on in the tool, if blown then u get nothing. Easier and faster than pulling every fuse out to check.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Before going ahead and spending money on a new module, test it first. The module is located under the steering column. You'll find a Brown wire on one of the connectors (i just looked at a wire diagram). Do no disconnect anything. Back probe the brown wire, which is the power feed to your park lights. With the lights off, there should be 0 volts on you voltmeter. Turn the park lamps on, There should be 12V. If there is not 12V, disconnect the connector and try to check voltage at the pin that feeds to the brown wire, if still not 12V, replace the module. If you do get 12V, then module is ok, find where the 12v is being dropped before making it to the lamps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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