Question about 1989 Chevrolet C/K 2500
Posted by Anonymous on
Usually the power feed to the headlight switch isn't fused. It will come from a fusible link under the hood. On the right side of the firewall there is a black plastic cover, under it are the fusible links. Check here for a possible blown one. I would also suspect the headlight switch may have originally caused it to blow if thats the case. If you have already replaced the headlight switch, replacing the fusible link should repair the lights. Make sure you replace the fusible link with the same gage wire and same length.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
With electrical problems I always look for a bad ground wire, especially on older vehicles. Look for any wire that goes to an inner fender or the engine, there maybe a faulty relay in the circuit too. good luck, Chuck
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Fuses for the engine or exterior items are under the hood in a little black plastic box.
Fuses for the interior items are under the dash, up above the driver's left foot.
In either case, the fuse diagrams should be on the inside of the fuse cover.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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