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Old 05-28-2000, 03:13 AM
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Yes, check the grounds. Check the grounds behind the headlights, and the grounds for the headlights. They ground to the radiator support. Remove both tail lights, and clean the ground connections on them. Replace the tooth washers with new ones. I replaced my headlight ground bolts and washers with stainless steel ones. Also the tail light grouind screws were replaced with stainless. At least 80% of electrical problems are ground related on these trucks, and most trucks for that matter. I've also seen the headlight dimmer switch wreak havoc on the lights and blinkers. Step on the brake, the left blinker goes on. Weird stuff. You might also want to make sure all the bulbs are the proper bulbs, for each fixture. Sometimes the wrong bulb fits, but doesn't work.....<br>~Chuck<br><p>----------<br>Chuck's Chevy Truck Pages - Snowplowing Central<br>http://www.chuckschevytruckpages.com/snowplowingcentral.html
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