Question about Chevrolet C1500
Have you looked into the Light Switch for that part of the circuit, check to see that when in fact you do switch the headlights on there is power distributed out of it, ALSO , check at the actual light sockets in the back and see if u have power and ground present if either is not there you will have to trace it back till you find your loss. Check Fuses 1st off its the fastest way to make certain you will have power present to light switch. Also check connections sometimes the older vehicles get rust at the connectors and loose conductivity
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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