Question about 1996 Chevrolet Camaro
I do not think that audibly click but they do physically click back to the middle. Forward for ON and a non-clicking backward fro temporary on so you can flash them at drivers. Then witch probably just wore out after 19 years of use. I'm not sure how hard it is to change them but it is always cheaper to buy them yourself and have them installed. I have saved hundred of not thousands by buying my own parts and you can get better warranties for a minimal cost increase as well. Most mechanics but cheap version and call them "Premium" anyway. I had a "premium" starter die after 2 years. I no longer use that mechanic and the one I got myself is already older then 2 years and I expect to run at least another decade. I just replaced the oxygen sensor. It is covered for 5 years. You will probably only get 90 days to a year on any part from a mechanic.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some time back I found some data on a similar website suggesting that the Day Light Running circuit board, just under the steering column, developed cracks in some of the soldered joints. Your high beams should also be affected with loss of day light running lights.
Resoldering repaired the continuity of the circuits. Ours is now working quite reliably. Some of the defective areas developed slight brownish discoloration, that's how I was told to recognise the areas to be resoldered. Hope this will help you solve your problem.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
replace the switch in the column i had the same problem on a 1996 caravan when i replaced the switch the problem stopped
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
There is a metal rod that runs down the side of steering colmn and pushes on the dimmer switch. The dimmer switch is on the steering column to the left of the steering wheel. You will have to unbolt the column where it connects to the dash and rest it (the steering wheel) on the driver seat to get to the switch.. The switch is adjustable, just loosen the screws and slide it up or down to get proper adjustment.. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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