Check the fuses? Check the light switch?
problem with the abs, get it fixed
Get the lights fixed, of course!
autobeef is full of people with this problem. there is a special warranty for fixing it.http://www.carcomplaints.com/Chevrolet/Silverado/2004/electrical/index.shtmlIf you are over the 70K miles and not able to take advantage of the recalljust go to www.speedometergaugerepair.com they fixed mine for 140
Check your charcoal fuel canister. I had the same problem changed the light went out. The problem fixed.
i have a Chevy van 90 somthing with the same problem the parking light switch i replaced it fixed it right up the bad switch also caused me to not have any light in rear except brake lights
There must be a short in your wiring...Especially if you have trailer wires...I have the same problem on my Silverado....Haven't fixed it yet but narrowing down the possibilties...Good Luck
It's not officially a recall. GM extended the warranty on the speedometer to 7 years 70,000 miles. I just called to have mine fixed.
Fuel sending unit, its in on near or around the fuel pump i have the same problem in my 2001 sierra... i just never fixed it...
could be a bad instrument cluster panel, they had a recall on the instrument cluster panel. I had my speedometer stop working and was given a price to fix it and blew it off. Then the recall came and I got a new instrument cluster and that fixed the problem which they knew they had.
I have a 1999 s-10 my fuel gauge quit working I had to replace my fuel pump that fixed my proplem
It depends on which light is being discussed. They are generally used in order to alert you to a problem with the vehicle so you can get it fixed.
the old wiring is probly shot cause its an old truck. you should bring it to a mechanic to get it fixed
what is the fixed and working capital of a bakery
My dash lights went out and the cause was a bad alternator. new alternator fixed the problem
well if your head lights and tail lights are still working then its your dimmer switch that has gone bad and needs to be replaced. i just recently had this problem and was fixed with a 10 replacement off ebay.
Try pushing the hazard light switch on steering column repeatedly. I had a strange problem with my hazards once and this fixed it for now. I think my problem was the signals not working though....
A 2004 Chevy suburban should still be under warranty,unless you have custom lights, you can take it to the dealership and have fixed for free.
Of course ,first check the fusebox. If all fuses check out ok, I think the headlight switch is bad. I had a problem with indicator lights and my running lights were not working.(Tail lights,). I tried everything and finally replaced the headlight switch and that fixed it! About $25.00
Check out this website..this is how i fixed mine http://www.2carpros.com/forum/2001-jeep-grand-cherokee-laredo---brake-lights-not-working-vt4814.html
change the fuel pressure regulator ,i had the same problem on my silverado 2000. that fixed the misfire.
You need to have the CD player/radio sent off to be fixed at your local dealership.
You probably have an alternator with bad diodesl have it checked, it is probably going out. Get that fixed first then see if the choke light goes out too.
Perhaps fixing the ground wire for the passenger side on the 2000 Chevy S-10 will require that the driver's side ground wire also be fixed in order to have the brake lights work properly. There has to be a short somewhere in the wiring for the lights to go off.
Check with meter or test light if you have power to fuse block.
Gross Working Capital is the difference between the current assets and current liabilities where 'current' implies 'within one year' i.e Working Capital = Current Assets - Current Liabilities Working Capital is added to the Fixed Assets to get Net Fixed Assets of a company. i.e. Net Fixed Assets = Fixed Assets + Working Capital