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Low beams on my 2007 pontiac grand prix shut off suddenly

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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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.

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Here is the exploded view of the steering column

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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

http://www.drivewire.com/vehicle/2006-pontiac-grand-prix/fan-relay/

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Low beam does not work 2006 pontiac gran prix


Joe, It is very likely your LOW BEAM RELAY, they are ONLY $40 Auto Zone or other parts stores. I would have wasted almost a $1000 on parts and labor if my car was not under warranty for all the labor and parts GM certified mechanics wasted replacing a computer brain and the switch on left side of steering wheel. The switch they tried to make me pay for on my second attempt to fix it but but I freaked out on them. My low beams would just go out at any time, very dangerous. This is part # info you need when you go to parts store. You need GM part # 15016745 a.k.a R6100 Mine just says R6100 on the parts box. Look at your manual for its location in fuse box under the hood. It is so simple to replace, a 4 year old could do it. There is reference made on the net by some that Parts stores may tell you the part is a blower relay but ignore that, its for the low beam. Visit this post first to make sure this makes sense to you ok. if the link does not work search "07 grand prix low beam headlights shut off intermittently?" and you will find the forum with at least 20 people who have had this issue. All 06-08 grand prix's should be recalled
http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/pontiac-grand-prix/T30BFP69UH765355Q
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it's always a mystery with Pontiacs..
check a repair manual for instructions..
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(Those ******* "Driving Lights" cost you gasoline to run.)

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