i have the same problem, except i have no headlights either. I have been told that it could be a fuseable link under the hood that burnt the wire, or it could be the headlight switch on the dash. one other possibility is that a wire running to the starter could be disconnected or broken. ive checked all my fuses and the power to those fuses, and everything is getting powered. So i might have to track down all the wires and see if i have a broken wire somewhere or a diconnected ground wire running after the fuse box. try checking those things and see if it helps. if you have any luck let me know what your problem turned out to be.
Check the dimmer switch.I had the same problem.The dimmer swtch was bad.
I have been working this problem for a couple days now and finally fixed it. The red wire going to the tail lamps, instrument panel fuse (very bottom fuse) had burnt and became detached from the fuse panel, most likely from corrosion. I replaced a small piece of the wire and reattached it and all is once again good.
An electrical failure in the ABS system.An electrical failure in the ABS system.
failure of generation and cause losses
Yes it is moisture. It can short out electric and electronic components
Electrical failure can cause this. Some fuses may be blown.
no, but it can cause ball failure
A shot circuit in your wiring loom. You need to get this fixed, if you do not you could end up with an electrical fire in your car.
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This problem could be caused by a problem with your alternator. It may also be an electrical or wiring issue. It would probably be best to go to a mechanic to find and fix the specific cause in your case.
Trailblazer wiring harness for the headlights is a common failure in the early years. HID lights will also cause the same problems if the wiring harness plugs are weak. www.trailvoy.com for all the answers on these trucks!
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burned out light bulb