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1998 gmc jimmy blowing brake light fuses, and headlights are not working corectly when the headlight switch is off, and its bright daylight outside.

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The brake lamp fuse is blowing due to short to ground.Chances are you have a faulty bulb filament crossing over to another filament inside it.Remove the an inspect closely for a loose filament by lightly tapping on each of them.

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Where is the light relay on 97 jimmy


There is a headlight relay on 1998 models, but not 1997.
And if you have daytime running lights there is a relay for that.
But none of that would affect the dash lights.
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I would check the dimmer switch.

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go to an accredited auto electrician for electrical work
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That is normal. They go bright because during the daytime the outside light is also bright so the lights compensate for the outside brightness by making your dash lights also bright. When you turn your headlights on it assumes it is nighttime and you don't need to have the brightness to see the dash lights so it compensates for this. If you want them to be dimmer, near the light switch there is a roller button to turn your interior lights on just roll that some and it will either make the dash lights brighter or dimmer.

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