why won't the tail lights/dash lights or the high beams work on my 2001 chevy blazer,when all of the other lights do work?

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Asked by Mar 13, 2014 at 08:21 AM about the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Fuse blown? Check it first. If it is fine, try to see if you have any electric power coming to the lights that don't work. You may have a ground wire off or broken.

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Maybe those bulbs have blown or it could be the fuses

I have a 2001 blazer LS rwd as well , same problem , when it happened I smelled burning circuit board or resistor smell for a second. I was in my driveway parked at night when this happened. I've troubleshoot headlight / dimmer switch assembly and blinker switch assembly by installing parts from salvage yard (basic plug in and check) . No change when I do this. I'm stumped now. Something burned in the cabin or interior when it happened.

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