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My 1999 firebird v6 3.8l dash lights are out and the fuse is fine. What could it be?

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There is a module under the dash that controls the Daytime Running lights or DRL. It might have something to do with it. You can find some more info here:http://www.chrisnovoa.com/166_camarofirebird-drl-module-color-codes

Also all that lighting goes thru the headlight switch. Try unplugging it and putting the fuse in. If it still blows its probably the module.

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First place i would look would be the radio, especially if it's an aftermarket installation. You will have to pull it out and look for loose broken or bare wires.

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