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No running lights

Big T

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I was working on trailer lights and got them all resolved, but drained my batteries on then’99 Burb in the process. Put the batteries on chargers and and a short period later it started. Removed the Chargers, but I no longer have running lamps (on the truck). Have brake lights, turn signals and headlights, but not the running lights. I have the owners manual with fuse guide and purpose for every fuse. I’ve pulled and checked every fuse, found one 10A that was burned. Everything else is fine. I’m at a loss here.
 

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Any advice as to how you pull the switch out? I've done this before, but don't remember. Do I need to pull the dash around the gauges? If so, how?
 

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Going by the ‘winner winner chicken dinner’ rule, Our friend in the real North West should be having chicken 5 nights a week!

Love the removal of the dash on these trucks. So easy -once you do one you hate every other dash design. GM hit a grand slam home run for sure on that one.
 
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