Question about 2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara
My low beam lights went out on my 2008 grand vitara and I am having the hardest time replacing them I've put in h7 bulbs and they are soo dull so i tried taking it to a mechanic seeing as how theres not a suzuki dealership anywhere near me and they went and got the expensive 50 dollar lights that are supposed to be bright their 9003 and they still DO NOT work they are very dim and I'm at a loss What kind of lights do I need?
The first thing is are the lens dull?, if they are you can have them cleaned with a 3m headlight restore kit. the 50.00 light should be brighter. you can go to an auto parts store and ask them. i don't have the name but the box reads extra bright lights. make sure the grounds are good and lens are clean and not faded.make sure the lights are aimed correctly. if all fails have some driving lights put on that will light up the road.
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open the hook and you going to find a black rub cover the bulb then, pull the rub slowly to not
break it. Then, you will see the cross wires on top of the bulb. Then check it for small opened at the end of the wire push down and open to let the bulb free and pull the old bulb out in the space of the opening wire. Take the new bulb and fallow the instructions backboard.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
They only activate when the car is in gear and the parking brake is disengaged. find the grounding wire off the parking brake lever and break the ground when brake is disengaged, you may also lose you parking brake warning light. Not sure if it's on a seperate circuit or not.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
You will need to find access to the headlight. On some vehicals, the grille may need to be removed to gain access. Once access is gained, unscrew the light that needs to be replaced and replace it.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
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