Question about 1998 GMC Safari
Likely failure is either in the dome light bypass button next to the headlight switch on the dash, or failure of the plunger switch located in the door jam. If the dome light is not comming on when any of the doors are openned (passenger, side or rear doors) then I would start with the bypass switch on the dash. Can be checked fairly easily with a multimeter -- after you've managed to remove it from the dash.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
All the door switches use the same wiring harness. It's an orange and a white wire. There is a switch on the dash to turn the dome and wheel lights off. If the lights come on with the dimmer, the whole harness is OK, so now check to see if that switch is turned off... or bad
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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