Question about 1998 GMC Suburban
The switch is bolted to the left side of the steering column under the dash. Make sure you have good lighting look under and pull the leaver as you would to turn high beams on. The switch is connected by a metal rod that runs up the steering column. You'll see it moving. Use the proper tool to remove the two bolts that bolt the swith to the column. Unplug the wire harness and angle the switch and it will release from the metal rod. Do not bend the rod! Be safe don't do this with your legs sticking out into traffic. Reverse the steps to reinstall. Good luck
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the daytime running light module is no good.,or the relay is overheating and cutting out and comes back on when cool.get some freeze spray from an electronic supplier and spray the suspect component when it stops working.the -60f will make it appear fast..cheers
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
well as a tech i dont recomend it but all you got to do is swap the wires on the headlamps at the bulb you will see 3 wires one is a ground the other feeds low beam the other high beam . take a test light and find the one thats hot and cut it and connect it to the other blade , leave only one wire on the low beam terminal so you dont short it out .
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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