check the ground wire connection to make sure its clean and in good contact. Cut and replace it also may have been pinched and cuts off
Price one out at a Chevy dealer then have them print out a copy of its location to other parts within your dash. Most resistors are accessible once you remove the glove box door. I hope this helps you. Mark
As long as you use an OEM unit, it should plug right in with no modifications necessary.
This is how to reset the "CHANGE OIL" light for a 96 Impala SS: 1. Turn the key to the "RUN" position with the engine OFF. 2. Push and release the gas pedal three times within five seconds. 3. Wait for the "CHANGE OIL" light to flash two times as a confirmation that the system has been successfully rest. If the "CHANGE OIL" light comes on and stays lit for five seconds, the system has NOT been reset. Therefore, you must repeat steps 1 & 2.
I currently have the drivers door panel off of my 1995 sierra and it is a fairly simple task: Here is how I did it. 1. Remove 2 vertical screws in the arm rest. 2. Begin at the bottom rear corner of the poor panel and pry a flat bar, screwdriver, putty knife between the panel and the door. There are 3 pegs along the bottom and 3 up each side that have to popped off. 3. Lift the door upwards and it will come out of the window compartment quite easily. 4. Hard Part!! Unplug speaker and coutesy light and remove power switches as one unit by unclipping from inside of panel. You may want to have a helper for this part.