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Play with the wires going to the lights you disturbed them .
When you find out witch wire it is clean the contacts it would be a good idea to clean then all .
They all have a trick the connecters to unplug them little tabs that need to be bent the problem is the connection to the head light .
Posted on May 02, 2015
Look around for a ground wire or ground strap that you may have missed putting back or even hurt or pinched when doing the radiator. follow the harness up to the firewall checking for broken, kinked, frayed, or chafed wires. especially the ground. obviously first thing to do is check the fuses and then the relays does the headlamp switch have power coming from it in order to tell the lights to turn on.???
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't open door
inspect the door hindge pins and busings it sounds like they are getting worn out and maybe due for replacement. also look and see if the spring in the hindge is still their. if all is well have the door adjusted properly to repair your problem.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
You'll need to remove your door panel (screws are by the door handle, arm rest, under door and side of door) and then unhook the rod attached to the handle lever and reverse to put on...
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
The door locks on my 1999 tahoe stopped working and I checked the fuse, which was fine. The problem turned out to be that the fuse for my cigarette lighter was bad and for some reason it also must be working in order for the door locks to work. Put in a new cigarette lighter fuse and the door locks worked again!
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Fluid Should Be Checked Just The Same As Engine Oil. Should Be Changed At Least Once A Year For Proper Service & Reliability. Should be Driven 10 Miles A Month In 4 Hi To Keep Lubricated. I Drive A 1975 Chevy K10 PKP FullTime 4X4 NP203 & A 1980 GMC Jimmy Lock-Outs 4X4 NP205, And I Drive Them Once A Month At 55 MPH For 10 Miles (On Pavement). Keeps The System Lubed Up & Moving. Have Done This For The Last 15 Years I Have Owned Them. KEEP THEM SERVICED. Low Oil Is A Transfer Case Killer. Also Put The Correct Type Of Fluid In, Each Transfer Case Takes A Different Type Of Fluid, Call Dealer Shop For Correct Fluid Type. Some Take Dextron III Or 10-40 Engine Oil Depends On Transfer Case.
Posted on May 04, 2012
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