This is not extremely hard but you do need direction. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or DiSCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM
Its pretty easy, as long as you have or have found a new switch. You just have to go to your local Chevy Dealer
The problem is most likely in the dimmer switch. Un plug the wire to the bulb and test for voltage with the dimmer switch in the hi beam position. If no voltage, the dimmer switch is faulty. thank you do you know where the dimmer switch is located and how do i go about getting to it is it hard to replace also how do i go about checking the voltage
Headlight dimming can be achieved by lifting the indicator switch gently up, if the headlights don't respond you have a problem. *WARNING do not take the switch apart, they are extremely hard to put back together, and are hard to find should you break it further*
its all pretty simple black to ground red to a 12v power white to the dimmer switch and the hard one "GREEN" it get spliced into a tan/yellow strip wire on the main plug under the hood
To be frank,it's so hard for yourself to install such a big thing,why don't you enjoy the service of installing the seller provides?
Easy, paint the exposed part the color of your choice. Hard, call a pro and have him/her install the desired colored switch....pkazsr Paint it.
Be sure headlight switch is ok. On my 89 there is ground wire on body in front of battery and dirty connection will activate circuit breaker in headlight switch. Could be dimmer switch on column under dash which may be hard to remove without lowering column. I unplugged old dimmer switch, plugged in new switch, set it to dim, and wired it to column so now only have dim lights( but can drive at night) as old switch still connected to activator rod which goes up to turn signal/dimmer handle.
Check repair book but my 89 has circuit breaker in headlight switch. There is ground wire on body in front of battery. Bad ground will cause breaker to activate so unbolt ground and clean connection. Could have bad dimmer switch which is on column under dash and may be hard to remove without lowering column. I unplugged old switch, plugged in new dimmer switch, set it to dim, and wired new switch to column so now only have dim lights as old switch is connected to activator rod which goes to turn signal/dimmer handle.
Not too hard. It's on the column under the steering wheel. It's part of your turn signal switch. remove the wheel with a puller, remove the screws, unhook the wires and pull the switch out. Reverse the process to put it back together.
take the light out You have probably knocked a door switch out of adjustment.