I am not sure about a website, but the switch can be fairly easily replaced. I would guess by your question that you will need to have someone service it for you. It is helpful to have a mirror handy. Stock radios have 2 fuses that run them. There are paint chips, and fabric samples. Some years the wiring was a supplemental book.
There are two 7mm-headed bolts that hold it in from behind the dash - one on top and one on bottom yes, I have had to replace the switch on mine as well. There's the access plate under the steering column, which has 4 bolts holding it on - two on top and two underneath. It is jam packed with info. One will be located by the driver side door. So if you plan on restoring a car or truck, get your hands on a factory service manual, you will not be disappointed! Another possibility is the headlight switch itself. Look for corresponding fuse and kill 2 birds with one stone hopefully by replacing the faulty fuse. The other is located on the right side of the engine compartment.
I have gotten many manuals there. If either of those aren't working, check the fuse for that item. If you locate and replace a faulty fuse and the problem persists, you may have a bad ground. The lights are all wired in parallel, not series, so a failure in one will not affect the rest. Fuse 1 is usually labeled as Radio in the fuse box.
The cig lighter is probably part of the circuit tied to radio instrument cluster or dome lights, if any of those are out too, then it is likely a bad fuse or bad ground. You can check these fused with a test light or metre. Just open the drivers door and pop the fuse panel cover. Double check the fuse for the tail lights. You will see a black case with fuse instructions on the top.
The older manuals didn't include wiring. The 2nd fuse shares circuits with other devices that are powered straight off of the battery, so look and see if your dome light works, and your cigarette lighter. The switch pulls out from behind, assembly is the reverse of removal. All this fuses are located by the lower left side of the steering column. There is a second fuse box, a very important one as it has a bunch of large fuses and hooks directly to your starter. If you open the hood if will be on the firewall on the passenger side.
If the … y havent been warn off already. Pull the wire harness off, become a contortionist and pull those two screws off. It is to the left of the steering wheel. I own a 87 Caprice Ls V6 4. The turn signals will stop flashing in the direction of a failed turn signal bulb, but all other filaments on that circuit will continue to light.
Every nut bolt and screw location, torque specs, and a ton more. . For Automotive Literature it is hard to beat E Bay! Try plugging a cellphone charger into the socket for cig lighter, if this works then you need a new cig lighter. Speeddevil, I'm glad to hear you got it working again. The drive door should be open for you to see the removeable panel. It includes all pricing for all 1977 Chevrolet vehicles, the cost of all options, all the separate optional equipment catalogs and believe me there are lots even a brochure for the Blazer Chalet. It is a rectangular box with a all black case and a post on the side that runs to your starter.
Amp, Cig, and Dome; again if cigarette lighter and dome light and amp fuse is good then amplifier is bad, or Radio is bad the only hint in this one is that the amplifier control sound if radio has ilumination then the amplifier could be the cause. Get over to E Bay! This is a bit more involved. You can also find truck parts as well. I own a 87 Caprice Ls V6 4. The flash rate changes, but the other lights remain lit. . .
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