i have a 98 blazer and read in the manual that you have to use the dome override button for this Dome override button has nothing to do with headlights,but with the interior lights in your vehicle. So it depends on what your problem is exactly.
The headlights on a 96 Chevy Silverado are adjusted by turning the screws on the top and side of the headlights. It allows the lights to be adjusted for optimal night vision.
generally at night.
Because you touch yourself at night Because you touch yourself at night
I have a 2001 Chevy Blazer and it does the same thing. I would love to know why, but am glad mine's not the only one.
It is designed to do this. They are called Daytime Running Lights. No correction is necessary. Push the dome light button four times and they will go off. You will hear a dinging sound as if your seat belt were unfastened notifing you they are off.
Use your high-beam headlights at night whenever it is legal and safe.
I would start with the fuse, the bulbs and then the switch...in that order. If it ends up being bulbs, see sources and related links below.
voltage regulator is getting bad have your alt tested
No you have it backwards they drive with them on anytime during the day.
turn on your headlights