Question about 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
Whenever my low beams are on auto eventually as Im driving they suddenly shut off on their own and when I try flickering the light switch on and off it does not turn them on even when I try the manual setting. Then usually they may come on again on their own and may turn back off with no warnings on my information screen. I noticed also if I turn it to the manual setting instead of leaving them in auto they remain on and don't turn off, at least they haven't yet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Had the same problem on a 2003 vibe- finally dianosed as a fried headlamp module then needing to trace back and find a short in the electrical that blew headlamp module . Module $ 170. Labor to replace module 2hrs. Labor to trace short 4 hrs??? Dealer charged me $900- .
If anyone has info on how much time it should have taken. I would appreciate the feedback
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
clean the computer lead interface. my buddies car did the same thing, we cleaned the computer leads with a good eletronic spray cleaner and it fixed the problem.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 2007 pontiac
Good Evening, I have an odd question because I have seen this once before........ Have you checked the low beams themselves, like take out the bulb and look at the filament? The other thing would be to check for power to the plug in when you unplug the bulb get a test light and hook one end to (-) and the light one to the wire if it doesn't light try the other wire. If it lights do the reverse and hook one end to (+) and then the light end to the other wire you didn't test and see if it lights up. If it lights up on both wires your bulb is bad. I have seen headlamp switches go bad and headlamp assemblies as well. However by far I would check for power out at the bulb plug in and check the bulbs. Hope this helps and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix The low
Here is the exploded view of the steering column
Just be very careful when removing the airbag - disconnect the battery and short the circuit before touching the connectors.
Your second problem is caused by a failure of the relay - replace it
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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