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2005 equinox, headlights won't turn on, brigts work okay.

Took car in this morning for check engine light, came back as thermostat issue and rich fuel. Wife drove car and stated the lights don't go on,
Checked fuses, all okay.

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I had the same light issue a few weeks ago. There is just a single light bulb with dual filaments for the high and low beams. All you need to do is replace the light bulb. The instructions are in the owners manual.

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