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I have a 2006 HD 2500/4whldrive/lights behind heater temp controls are burned out.

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Replace bulbs, or switch is bad, I suggest to get a factory service manual, the usually have diagnostic procedures that you can follow. A good source is Promanuals. Explaining how to remove would be complicated without diagrams. Diagrams are our friend.

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