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I replaced headlight on 2002 trailblazier now daytime running

I replaced the headlight on the right side of my 2002 trail blazier. Now my daytime running lights don't work. Do I need to reset something?

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Yes reset the computer, by removing the positive battery cable for 10 mins.

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