Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Sounds like a bad ground. Using a test light, figure out which of the wires going to the bulb is a ground and try re-grounding each bulb. If that fixes it, chase the wire and see if you can find the break. There may also be something else drawing on that line as well. Be careful with this because you could blow the bulb or do some harm if there is some thing also drawing juice. Be prepared to unhook the test ground. If you have daytime running lights, see if that's still pulling on the power when you switch to regular lighting. Hint: daytime running lights go off when the parking brake is applied.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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