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Where is the fuse for tag lights on 88 chevy c1500 silverado

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There is not a separate fuse. The tag light is powered off of the tail lights. If you have tail lights but no tag lights your problem is either bad tag light bulbs or the connections between the tail lights and the chassis ground at the tag light bulb sockets.

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SOURCE: 1988 chevy silverado fuse box

I hope this helps a little, you said the fuse box panel is gone....so how do you know some fuses are missing?

I just bought a 1988 silverado also, the wipers ,power windows and windshield washer fluid only work "when they want to" I think I have a bad ground somewhere.

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SOURCE: 88 chevy silverado fuse for fuel pump

Should be under your hood if it has one. Are you saying your fuel pump quit, or what?

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SOURCE: Broken Chevy 88 Silverado shift indicator. Need Diagram.

The neddle is attached to the column via a thin metal wire and spring which then clips to the edge. Remove the trim above the column and look for the clip attached to the wire and a warn spot on the column and reattach it. :)

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SOURCE: 88 CHEVY PICKUP SILVERADO STOPS RUNNING IS JUST WARM

Sounds like a bad ignition coil. Check for spark right after it quits Coils can and do quit working after they get hot. Also check magnetic pick up coil in distributor. After reaching operating temp computer will move the coil and a broke corroded wire loses connection. Then when engine back to cold wire is back in contact and working. Hope this helped.

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SOURCE: how to fix a 1989 chevy silverado c1500 radio

is this radio a DELCO or GM made,(depending on serial numbers)??? and what is the problem??? let me know and I can assist you, at 608-214-5632

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