Question about 1998 Chevrolet Express
After plugging in boat trailer light wire to my 2006 chevy van for the first time I turned a corner and lost all lights and instrument panel. I checked fuses, relays. ok Tail lights and instrument panel lights are working now but I still have no headlights or running lights. Thanks, John
Did you pull the fuse all the way out to check it? Sometimes they show good with a meter but thier still blown.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
The headlights have 2 fuses. One is a main power feed under the hood in the distrabution box and the other is under the dashboard. Check the fuses and then check for power at the switch. If you have power at the switch then its not a fuse its the switch and the trailer you had connected most likely shorted and back fed into the parking and dash light circuit. Those circuits also run from the light switch.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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