Both ofthe reverse lights for my 2006 trailblazer won't work.All the other lights work. I replaced the bulbs and fuses and still they don't work. Does Any body know what thast is?

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Asked by Mar 08, 2008 at 06:20 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All the other lights work. I replaced the bulbs and fuses and still they don't work. Does Any body know what thast is?

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It sounds lie the lights are not getting the signal. When you put it in reverse, there is a signal sent to the lights. I would start with that, Look for the selector switch at the boyyom of your steering coloum, I am not sure on how to check it, but I would recommend that you take it in as I do beleive this will be covered under your warranty, as long as you haven't gone over you mileage. If it is covered, there will be no cost to you. Sorry about not being able to help you in the adjustment.

I am having the same problem with mine

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