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  1. Having trouble with my tail lights on a 2004 Chevy Silverado. The tail lights quit working I think after I pulled my boat last. I hope I just blew a fuse but not sure what fuse to check. I checked multiple fuses but not sure if I'm checking the right one. Which fuse runs the tail lights? My brake lights and blinkers work. Thanks in advance.
  2. I've replaced the bulb and the fuse. I don't know what to do to get the high beam working again.
  3. Hi guys.. Just wanted to know which fuse would disable my abs, traction and stabilitrac. Thank you
  4. Helping a buddy out here...or at least trying. He has a 96 suburban k body 5.7, and on a recent trip it just died. He drove it about 250km (155miles) and parked it for three days. When he went to come home he got about 50km down the road and it died, not slowly, just running then not. On the side of the road, in the dark, he determined the fuel pump was not pumping, but the fuse was good so his conclusion was failed pump. Had it towed home and we were going to change the pump, but before we started, we decided to take a code reading as the check engine light is lite. Could not establish a connection between the reader and the vehicle, and upon further inspection of fuses, found the ecm-l 20amp blown. Aha you say.....changed the fuse and instantly blows when the key is turned to on. Did a check of all the pin terminal connections and wiring harnesses, and even looked under the fuse block as someone mentioned on here under a different thread, to look for mouse invasion, but all looks "good". Does anyone have an idea, or has expierienced the fuse for the ecm blowing so quickly? On a whim, we got another known good ecm and plugged it in with the same results. We even tried a new fuse without the ecm connected and it blew the fuse the same. Are we missing something or is it auto wrecker fodder? Thanks for reading, any suggestions could win the lucky submitter a beer. Steve
  5. The wipers stopped working on my '01 Suburban. I pulled the fuse panel on the driver's side dash, and pulled the fuse for the wipers. It was fine, and when I put it back into the slot, the wipers started to work again. Now I'm getting where the wipers will work sporadically, but all it takes is someone touching the fuse and they will start to work again. The fuse seems to be in there really tight, but for some reason, there must be some kind of connection issue. When the wipers are working, they are functioning the way they should, even on the intermittent setting. On sunny days, it's no big deal, but of course today it's raining and my wife wants to drive the Suburban to Virginia. Any thoughts on this? I've even tried putting another brand of fuse in to see if that's the issue, but that didn't seem to have any effect.
  6. I have a 2007 1500 classic i relocatd the 7 pin trailer light plug into my bumber due to going offroad occasionally. ever since the relocation my trailer lights have stopped working. i have tested the wires with a voltmeter and nothing comes up. all of the fuses are fine. should i cut the wires at the ground point and test them from there?
  7. hey everyone :-) hope all is well with everyone?. heres my problem. took my wife to appointment last night parked and shut the truck off. its 2005 2500 GMC 6L, about half hour went by wife was ready to go, turned the key ahead nothing..starter never even tired to crank over. what would create that..beside a dirty battery cable or weak battery???? any and all suggestions would help greatly and thank you in advance
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