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It looks like there is simply a loose connection to the lights, since pressing anywhere around the switch area when they are off does indeed make them turn on. Thanks so much for the suggestion Nag....
Thanks for the input NagRuTan. I'll do some pushing in and around that location and see if maybe that is my problem too. That sounds like an easy fix. Well, maybe not "easy" but inexpensive and...
Kidhauler - thanks for the reply, and sorry I was not clear in my post. The selector buttons are on the dashboard. The symptoms would not fit a case of a loose bulb in my case, since when the...
12-04-2011, 07:50 PM
Thanks Dan for the reply, and for the link. I did a bit of looking around the 'net prior to ordering from the dealership but never found a place that I was convinced would be supplying the correct...
On my '99 that I bought very recently the horn was not working. Checked the fuse and it was blown. Put a new one in and zap, gone again. It turns out that the underhood light is on the '99s on the...
Another question from a newbie here on the board. Sorry for all the dumb questions but I am trying to get up to speed.
I recently bought a 1999 Suburban 2500 4x4 with the 454 engine. It has been...
12-02-2011, 11:27 AM
Hello to all from a complete newbie here.
I have recently purchased a well used '99 Suburban 2500 with the tailgate/hatch at the rear. When I picked it up, there was a wet spot in the rear corner...
Nope, they are exactly the same ;-).
Seriously, I am curious too what the difference is between the 1500 and the 2500. Anyone know off the top of their head?
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