I have a 1994 Lumina Z34. She's served me well over the years, but she's getting a little long in the tooth.
Let me tell you about my problem, and maybe some of you fine folks can help.
Last week, I was out working on a job site, and I had to run out to get some supplies. So off to the store I went. While on the way, I noticed that my headlights, fog lights, and dash lights were completely dead.
Checked all the fuses in both fuse boxes, and everything looks good.
Called the parts store to price a headlight switch, and they told me it would be about $165, and they'd have to order it.
No way, dude. I went to the junkyard and got not 1 but 2 headlight switches. It's the kind that's on the dash between the steering column and the HVAC vent.
When I swapped the old one out, it didn't work. So I did the other one. No dice.
The dome light dimmer switch works fine on both, and the amber light on the headlight button is on.
Then I bought a repair manual (Haynes - yeah, I'm cheap) and found the wiring diagram. According to the diagram, there should be a headlight relay somewhere in the dash, but I've had no luck locating it.
Can anyone tell me where it's located so I don't have to shell out $500 to someone to take 5 minutes to install a $20 part?