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Check the connections to the back of the motor and spray all around the mechanism with wd-40 this may free it up they get tight after a while and start to seize the motor then you will have to replace that aswell.
Dont be shy with the WD-40 I have had this fault twice and both times it worked.
If it is something else please let me know
No usually for GM vehicles there are two pins on the headlight that you pull out and up. they are L shaped upside down. If not there are bolts holding the headlights on. But no special tool needed, it is a simple job, once the headlights are off twist the bulb counter clock wise, if they have a notch depress it and remove the bulb unhook it from the harness and you are done. Installation is reverse of removal.