i have a 05 gmc sierra 1500. when the sun goes down and my automatic lights come on , my tail lights do not come on ! after been dark awhile they will come on when i start the truck ! senser proble

Asked by Jan 01, 2017 at 04:22 AM about the 2005 GMC Sierra 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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104,115

I think you hit it on the head, it does sound like your sensor is no good.

Everything else works just fine, those are pretty cheap Right

104,115

They are, but a.pain in A** to change...

Thanks I will replace it in the morning if all is good will let u know thanks for the reassurance bud have a good night

104,115

Yours should be in front of the dashboard in middle, correct, some come out from the top, some have a tab that holds it in that has to unscrewed from the bottom. ..

104,115

Happy new year

Yes it's in the middle of the dash way up front I seen a YouTube video on it looks like it's going to be a pain to get to ! Happy new year to u as well !!!

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