Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Press the dome light 4 times. It has an override inside that shuts them off or on if you do that.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
Its most likely the switch if all bulbs and fuses are good
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have s10 1998 2.4l
Your headlamps are controlled by you Body Control Module (BCM) The FIRST thing I would do is scan the BCM for fault codes. It is possible that the DRL relay is stuck in the ON position, which would override your request for regular driving lights, or the BCM may not be receiving the signal from the headlamp switch that you are requesting regulat=r driving lights. The ONLY way to find out for sure is to check the data in the BCM and operate the switch and see if the BCM changes the status of the "Headlamp Request" or "Headlamp Switch" PID. There are two relays on the headlamp circuits, one is for the POWER side of the headlamps and the other is for the GROUND side of the headlamp circuits. The BCM controls the ground side through the Multifunction Switch (dimmer, wiper, turn signal switch).
The headlamp switch controls the Power side relay and also sends voltage to the BCM to tell it that it has turned the power on to the headlamp power relay.
In any case, replacing parts without scanning the BCM is the EXPENSIVE way to go about performing this repair.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
SOURCE: i got a 2004 chevy
If it is anything like my 04 GMC Sierra, there is a relay panel under the hood. In that underhood box where you found the fuses, there are also relays. They pop out (the diagram is on the lid of the box). After the GMC hit 200k, the relays started going out. The high beams are on a relay, the lowbeams are on a different one. You can pop one out and replace it with the horn or foglight relay if you want to check it out. I am betting that the DRL bulb just happened to go at the same time. Mine go out regularly..I would say around every 10-15k miles. I don't know if this helps, it is just something that I have run across with a similar vehicle.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
SOURCE: 2005 monte carlo drl won't tun on and i have no Low beams too. High beams, turning signals and hazards works. I replaced the bulbs, still drl and low bemas don't work. Checked all fuses and th
CHECK UNDER HOOD FUSE BLOCK FOR FUSES AND CIRCUIT BREAKER AND RELAYS....IF NOT IT IS AN ELECTRICAL DIAGNOSES. USE A MULTI METER TO SEE IF YOU ARE GETTING CLOSE TO 12 VOLTS AT SOURCE!
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Posted on Jul 30, 2012
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