TAIL LIGHTS SWITCH CHANGE
1985 Chevrolet Blazer • 2.8L 6 cylinder 4WD Automatic • 147,665 miles
Getting s10 blazer ready for road after setting for 4 yrs. Everything work except tail lights and lic. Lite turn signal works flashers work brakes work reverse lites work power ok thru system tried to get to switch thru dash. No way need to know next step. Change switch how to get to it
First check your fuse as that may be blown. Then before replacing switch see if the brown wire going in back is getting power or not. If it does check the ground in back on frame. If not unplug the dimmer switch if it's on the floor and seeif it works. If not then replace the switch. To remove the switch pull the knob out, and reach under dash to back of switch and push down spring loaded button then pull the knob out. Take the screws off of thetrim plate then usea flat bladed screwdriver to remove the ferrule nut on switch. Pull I t out from back unhook electrical then reverse for reassembly
May 28, 2014.
May 28, 2014.
Thank you for your response I happened on your site while looking for help with this problem
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