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Need to know whare the fuse link is for the 2006 silverado that is for the lights in the 4 stearing wheel controls. Was told today there is a 2 amp fuse inlne, and am not able to locate it.

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It is located in the wire harness that runs along the column. You have to take off the panels around it to get at it. Some earlier models had a fusible link that was not replaceable and you had to buy the new harness (which came with an actual inline fuse). Not sure which one yours is.

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