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Replace Relay #46 in the underhood fuse panel.

Posted on Oct 23, 2010

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Where is the brake lightfuse located at on my 2004 envoy xl


There is only one fuse for the brake light, so if the passenger side is working, the fuse is OK. You most likely have a bad bulb, bad bulb socket or a wire issue. The circuit board that all of the rear light are mounted to also has had problems in the past.
BTW - the fuses for the rear light are under the rear seat.

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2003 GMC Envoy low beam head lights will not come on. The bulbs are not blown, fuse's ok, no power coming to the head light connector. minimal power to the fuse compartment with fuse removed. 9 to 10...


The problem is a Headlight module. Fuse box under the hood has two black modules side by side, the one on your right is the headlight module the one on the left is the fan module. Try swapping them, if the headlights work replace bad module, don't drive vehicle with the bad module in the fan slot. Mine kept going bad because I had a high intensity bulb on one side.

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My low beams are not working, tried the bulbs, tried the fuses. high beams and fog lights work fine, not sure what to do now


Look at relay #45 in the fuse box under the hood. Next time the low beams don't work,(a lot of times it's intermitent) switch the relay with relay #46 which runs the fan, but is the same relay. Your low beams should now work. For me, I cleaned the relay terminals with fine sandpaper. Although I keep a brand new relay in the glovebox, cleaning the relay terminals worked for me, and lowbeams have not gone out once since the cleaning. I do keep a brand new relay in the glovebox just in case though. Very common problem with Trailblazers and Envoys.

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2004 Envoy brake lights do not come on when you push brake. The bulbs are fine


This is the part you will need to replace.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/AC-Delco-BRAKE-LIGHT-SWITCH-gmc-ENVOY-2003-2002-2006-/250579604910

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2003 gmc envoy xl brake lights dont work


sounds like a fuse look under the dash panel for fuse cover look at the back of cover and check that fuseThanks for using fix ya Please rate my response thank you very much

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