I just got a 2005 Saturn Vue (still have the 30 day tag on), my headlights worked fine the first night, the second night they just went off (while driving with my little ones in the car) and I could not get them back on and still can not get them to work at night. Is there a trick that I don't know or is there a problem?? I need help!!!!
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the drl run off the headlight bulbs turn on your light hi and low beam and see if they all work i would bet you have a eadlight bulb out which will cause this concern,just replace the bad bulb and it will all work
I know that Saturn is made by GM. I own an '02 Blazer, and I have to bypass the automatic headlights by either setting the e-brake, or by pushing my "Dome Override" button 4 times. Given the fact that your vehicle is a few years newer and a Saturn rather than a Chevrolet, chances are that the process to disable this feature (or annoyance rather...lol) is probably different. Try scrolling through your users manual and looking for a section labeled "Daytime Driving Lamps" or "Automatic Head Lamps". Some vehicles, such as Impala's and Malibu's as well as some of the Buick's will not allow you to disable this feature. However, if it CAN be disabled, it will be described somewhere in the manual. Hope this solves you problem and keeps you from having to get any more jumpstarts. Have a great day!