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2000 gmc sanoma

I have automatic headlights and the highbeams are the only ones that work

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  • iuvnanvondfv Sep 09, 2008

    thank you

  • Trencor Sep 23, 2008

    I have the same problem on a 99 3500. have to depend on daytime running lights as the low beams. i have checked the dimmer switch and the headlights switch and they were ok. which relay is it that gives trouble?

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Had same problem with Buick LaCrosse. Had to take to dealer, was some relay. Fixed under warranty.

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