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check that dimmer is turned up ---and check connections around where radio work was done for damaged disconnected line connector also check dash fuses not just fuses from radio --or your radio may not be compatible to your dimmer circuit -most oem radios display are Incorporated with dash functions and after market ones are not
Hers something you can check quick.
Check for power at the INST LPS fuse with the head light switch on. If there is no power the headlamp switch is most likely the problem.
It wouldn't hurt to see if the TAIL LPS fuse has power as well. Ifit doesn't than I can get you some more info thar.
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hard to say without more info, but if other courtesy lights work, it's probably a burnt out bulb, if none
work, check fuse. Hope this helps-Jim
P.S. If you can't find the fuse block, consult the car manual , or give a GM dealer a call.
I suspect the fuse first... the door to the fuse compartment has the listing of which are for what... locate the 'turn' fuse and check it...
Then , if that didnt fix it... I would investigate the Hazard lights fuse... (if they are on , or the switch to them is not connected , the turn signals will not work)
BLINKER FUSE IS UNDER THE DASH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL TO THE LEFT THERE IS TWO, ONE FOR THE TURN LIGHT,AND ONE FOR THE BLINKER, THIS IS ALL YOU NEED TO GET THE BLINKERS TO WORK ,BUTTON BROKEN AT STREEING WHEEL THEN YES
Check all the fuses, if they're ok then check the switch or wiring, it might be that the wire running from the switch to the park / dash lights is fried. Does the front park lights work? (turn switch to first click, not second one. This is park lights, second click is full on headlights) Your park and dash lights are probably all connected to a single wire from the switch via the fuse box.