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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 06/16/11 3:58 pm PST

    I don't think there are any fuses in the steering column...you might check for burned out fusible links that run off the positive side of the battery along the inner fender.

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  • MrShift@Edmunds 06/16/11 10:14 am PST

    Okay so the headlight "flasher" works then. If that's the case, I'm going to guess that it's the multi-function switch that works the headlights, etc. OR some wires pulled out of the connector for that switch, located in the bottom section of your steering column.

  • tom480 06/16/11 1:10 pm PST

    This all started after the battery had lost it's charge, the battery is now charged and the problem followed. I was told that the battery may be ready for replacement? I am going tonight to get the battery and charging system checked, and am going to look around the steering colum for additional fuses???? what do you think?

  • MrShift@Edmunds 06/16/11 3:58 pm PST

    I don't think there are any fuses in the steering column...you might check for burned out fusible links that run off the positive side of the battery along the inner fender.

  • tom480 06/25/11 4:26 pm PST

    A little more info on the head lights, about two months prior to the head light problem I had both headlight assy. replaced... So the possiblity of the head lights being bad never crossed my mind.... well... I changed the bulbs and now they work, wow lesson learned again, check the most probabal cause first. Thanks for all the responces...

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