My 2000 silverado dash is going crazy. In a panic, the truck kept moving without stopping for approximately 3 to 4 feet, then I put the truck in park and it stopped. Radio aftermarket is also fine. Mine was the opposite, dash lights and headlights worked fine, but you could no longer control the cab light through the dimmer switch, although it would come on with the doors. The pedal went to the floor with little pressure over the weekend. Edited January 15, 2013 by Jsdirt Oh man. All of the interior lights work along with the dimmer.
State of colorado will not allow my vehicle to pass the required emissions test with the vehicle in this condition. . Our dealer says they can do nothing until a recall letter is sent out. I have not addressed the issue because the truck isn't used much, although it needs to be address very soon. I feel like it is something in my switch because when I start my pickup in the morning most of the time the dash lights won't turn on until I turn the knob to adjust the brightness of the lights. The abs light came on.
The contact feels that the vehicle is unsafe to drive. Which side should I start on? Normally open relays mean the electric current can't pass until something causes the relay to close and complete the circuit. A good way to check is to remove the insulation blanket from the battery and look to see if the battery is swollen or bulging on the sides. Is chevorlet worried about this? You have 2 fuse locations one at your left knee and the other under the hood near the battery. I am wondering if the trouble may be in the daytime running light module.
Limped home at low speed with my emergency flashers on. The connector has a total of 11 terminals with a group of 4 and a group of 7. Turn your headlight switch counterclockwise all the way before it clicks your panel lights should get bright. The abs light came on. Opening the door shuts it off after key out. Then lower the steering wheel.
Remove the bulbs and look closely to determine whether they are the same manufacturer, type, and wattage. This truck is listed as a 1999 model but has 2000 drivetrain, not sure which to call it. This article applies to the Chevrolet Silverado 1500. My husband and I are both concerned about the money we are putting into these brakes, and are worried that an accident is imminent if the brakes continue to function in this way. I have replaced the headlight switch about 6 times.
Abs light was on, had vehicle towed to dealer, who said brakes were fine. I am extremely disappointed and amazed that I suffered a catastrophic failure of the brake system after only 42000 miles. The issue was that the brake lines were rusting out. Mine was a headlamp switch. I took the vehicle to dundee Chevrolet and was informed that not only was the btcm defective, but also the hydraulic actuator.
The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic for diagnosis and the contact was informed that there was a failure with the wheel speed sensor. Checking the electrical system is somewhat simple. I was fed up, I decided to have them fix it, I left the truck there, they called me a little bit ago advised me they had found nothing wrong other than the posibility of a faulty new headlight switch and I could pick it up. I have even swapped relays. The anti-lock bake system activates at 3 to 4 miles per hour all the time if not pumped. Took it out shipped it back and they said they found and replaced a cracked board. Check and make sure someone hasn't replaced fusible link with regular wire somewhere.
This state highway is infamous in the county for pedestrian fatalities. Electrical is my nemisis anyway! Got it back installed it and same problem. I was the first vehicle at the light, there was one car to my right in the right lane and two cars side by side at the jug handle to my right waiting to cross the six lane state highway. The contact stated that while driving approximately 35 mph, the brake pedal was depressed and abnormally traveled to the floorboard. I even had the service mgr out, he couldn't find anything. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure.
From the dealer that replaced the lines, there was a pin hole in the line. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the brake lines were fractured and needed to be replaced. If not headlights, check if your car has a adjuster for light settings, it may be by the windshield wipers or mirror adjusters. Turn on your headlights and see if they are dim, won't light, or are bright. Went to stop at a red light in the middle lane of a 6 lane divided highway at 5:15pm. From the dealer that replaced the lines, there was a pin hole in the line. In order to stop, the brakes have to be pumped at all times when trying to stop.