The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. I am of course willing to pay but don't know where to find someone to fix it and what a fair price would be. Posted on Nov 24, 2009 Hi Aaron, I'm glad to help! The cost of repairing this vehicle in the last 12 months is ridiculous. I ended up using butt connectors bought the wrong size of winged wire connectors. So I went looking on forums and found this.
Our splice block didn't look bad while in place. Im up for inspection and this car will not pass. Complaint Number: 10486256 Incident Date: November 25, 2012 Date Added to File: November 27, 2012 Description of the Complaint: I have been reading all the complaints on the same problem with the light going out on the dashboard and the shift gear light as well at the same time all the fuses have been checked there all good so with all the complaints I have read there should be a recall on this some people dash even started a fire come on chevy people do a recall. Mice and other critters love to live in air boxes, and would also happily move into a fuse box if they could. Thank you for using FixYa! Thanks a load for all your help thust far! Complaint Number: 10669198 Incident Date: December 29, 2014 Date Added to File: December 30, 2014 Description of the Complaint: Dash lights did not turn on when the headlights were turned on. And we also think you came here were looking for these details, are not You? Joey if you could send me pictures of your aveo splicer it would be great.
Had no dash lights when I got it. We asked the dealership, and they told us the wiring harness was one assembly and had to be replaced completely, instead of single components. The hotter a component, the more likely it is to burn out. I would check all fuses and look for more burnt wires. Just follow the hose from the air filter box and there it is. If checking and replacing the fuse for the component in question doesn't work, we recommend seeking assistance from a trusted professional mechanic.
Bought new so wouldn't have these little problems. I checked online and found that the wiring design inside the splicer in the hood compartment fuse box was prone to failure a lot of people have had this problem. I know the dome light is working but I don't know what other interior lights work. Just go slow, and it will eventually come out. My headlights are on the same switch, and Im able to turn everything else on.
Or do I just follow the directions of this post, take the fuse box out, and the wiring part, and just rewire them? Thank you for stopping by at this website. Last time I took my aveo in for a recall on the module, they said they fixed it and they did not because its still burning up, so I just try to not drive at night. I will let you know how it is!! Thanks for a great idea. I know the fuses and bulbs are not the problem. It's almost 100 degrees out now, but I parked in the shade and worked at this for nearly three hours.
Electrical System 2006 Chevrolet Aveo Electrical System Consumer Complaints Complaint Number: 11021290 Incident Date: August 5, 2017 Date Added to File: September 3, 2017 Description of the Complaint: My 06 chevy aveo has had issues since I purchased it last year. It took a bit longer than I was hoping for I had to add 3 short jumpers to get enough length to make the splices , but once we got everything back together, it was a major relief to see everything lighting back up. Thanks again Corey and everyone's input in the blog. This is an issue I found out from other owners has happened to all of them. Dreading the first big expense. But one thing, still no turn signals?! I have an 05 Aveo. The dealer and manufacturer have not been notified.
And now the check engine light is on. I did note that my brake light switch was clicking. We hope this article can help in finding the information you need. You could try opening all the doors and taping them down to find out if one of them isn't working properly. It's a 10 amp fuse and it supplies power to the relay for the fuel pump. I bought a used 05 Aveo during the daytime and realized come nightfall that the dash lights and gear shifter were completely dark.
Put the new one in sideways and give it a half twist to lock it in place, then plug it in. It saved me a lot of money. I did check the voltage and both wires were just under 12 volts as expected; hoping for the best with the new deck. Any suggestions are more than welcome. I would suggest that other Aveo owners also contact Chevrolet to report this problem. The fuse block you want is under the the dash below the steering wheel. A fuse tester will fit in your glove box, and some types also have an attached fuse puller.