Question about Chevrolet 1500
You will want to Google this with the year and model and engine size as "wiring diagrams". watch out and make sure what you use IS for the car that you have!!
also, you can get a test light (around $10 USD) and check the engine-side (the side of the wires coming from the front of the car) circuits one at a time (ie: one side of the turn signals at a time, etc.) and then use a jumper wire to connect engine-side wires and the light-side wires until you find the right pairs. although you will need to have extra fuses handy because that method can sometimes overload the circuit that you are trying to locate.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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