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Posted on Mar 16, 2020
Ye, the dimmer switch still works.
I know this because, when I turn on the left direction flasher, the panel lights pulse dimly on and off with the direction light flasher.
Do I have a defective direction light flasher? if so where is it located?
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
From what you are describing it sounds as if the headlight switch has gone bad. That switch controls not only the headlights but the tail lights and all dash lights. Everything that IS working is connected to other switches not related to the headlight switch. You can either buy a new one or get a used one from a junk yard or ebay. Pay particular attention when getting a replacement as there are 3 different models which vary depending on options such as Auto mode and Foglights. Replacement is easy. Using a flat screwdriver carefully pry off the trim cover around the switch. The switch is held in with some screws. Be careful disconnecting the wires so as not to break the locking tabs. The trim just pushes firmly back into place.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
you may have to replace the remotes and then have them reprogramed for the car because they do go bad but if there is an autozone near you they will test the remotes for free
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
SOURCE: constant horn blowing
Very possibly the horn relay. This is located in the left junction block ( fuse panel) on the left side of dash. Open driver door and you will see a panel cover on the end of dash. On the cover it should list the position of the relay which I believe is on the right of fuse panel. If you try the horn and it sticks on again, try tapping the relay, if stops then that is the problem.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
My power locks, windows didn't work and the dome lights would not turn off after closing the door. I removed the black boot that was attached to the drivers door by lifting upward and pulling away from the door. A heavy gauge black wire was broken. I removed about 3/16" of insulation from both ends of the broken wire and connected them by using a connector that both ends are placed in to and then "crimped" both ends so the broken wire made contact with each other and everything worked perfectly! The hardest part was replacing the boot. Total cost to fix is $0.50.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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