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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either both bulbs are bad(I've seen it before) or your
dimmer/headlight switch is bad. If you can without pulling the bulb, pull plug from the light. If it's a 4 lamp system pull the low beam. Do this on the left side as the right feeds from the left. With a 12v test light, check for power. (with lo beam on) if you have
power, change the lamp, if you don't it's most likly
the dimmer switch at the steering collum.
Hope this helps Good luck
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Sounds like you may have problems with the ignition switch. The starter is turning over? But the motor doesn't fire, until you turn the key off?
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
SOURCE: 1994 GMC Vandura 2500. I
It's behind the dash on the passenger side (INSIDE the dash!). You have to pull the dash completely off to get to it . Dealers charge about $2,000 labor to do this. Cheaper solution (because the computer will crash again if it ever does once- my experience) is to bypass the computer by clipping the wires to the spark control module (under the driver's seat)and computer between the distributor and coil and hot-wiring them directly to each other. You will lose about 5 mpg, but the computer costs $2400 new....a race car driver & former GM mechanic did mine and I have never had another problem with it.
Posted on Jul 22, 2012
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