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Brake lights and headlights dont work confused 1998 s10 2.2 4 cylinder recently changed underhood fuse block

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Something was misconnected or left unconnected when the fuse block was replaced.

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More info would be helpful, but just going on what you said, I would guess your brake lights fuse is blown. The running lights and the brake lights are on different fuses, and when you turn the headlights on the rear running lights turn on as well, which you may be confusing with the brake lights. If you check and the fuse is not blown, I suspect you may have changed or had the brake lights changed recently and the bulbs were the incorrect ones. Hope this helps.

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For the low beam problem, Swap relays 45 & 46 in the underhood fuse panel. Relay 46 is for the Low Beams. If that fixes the light, replace the relay that cam out of position 46.
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2004 trailblazer. Low beam headlights go out while driving at night for no apparent reason. Saw other posts like this on other sites. How do I fix it and are they doing a recall for this? Thanks


I read over the recalls and they do have recalls on brake and turn signal lights but not the low beam headlights while driving at night.

Sounds like the relay or headlamp driver module relay 46, for the headlights is going bad, though.
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I would check in the underhood fuse box for the relay and see if wiggling it to ensure a good connection helps matters.


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How can I find out what fuse makes the lights on the cluster and the a/c control panel turn on?


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2002 chevy trailblazer low beam lights will not come on.


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