Question about 2000 Chevrolet Metro
My 2000 Metro's battery light came on and while it's on the day time running light indicator goes off. Then the battery light goes off and the running light indicator comes back on. They alternate constantly, with the battery light coming on longer than the daytime running light indicator. The headlights themselves flash on and off as well. I suspect a the headlight circuit or a relay. I don't have a working multimeter right now so I haven't been able to tell if the alternator output varies. With the headlights switched on the battery light stays on. It's pretty bizarre. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes it will if the year model and body style are the same and it dose not have to be the exact same year model i would find out which years fit your sisters car you can call most good body shops and they can tell you or call you local Chevy dealer to find out what years will fit
Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: 1997 Chevrolet Headlight problem
We had the same exact symptoms right down to the clicking noise under the dash. A friend who is a mechanic provided all the wiring diagrams, etc and when we pulled the dash we found that there was another enclosure behind the dash.....we stopped there.......
....waited a few days, did some research and decided since a replacement headlight switch was about $50.00 the easiest route was to to swap that out hoping it would fix the problem....was also a very easy installation.
Turns out that fixed the problem. Good luck!!!
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
When this happens, it means one or two of the halogen headlight bulb(s) has been burnt-out.
Do this quick and easy self-test:
Turn on the headlight switch to LOW and see if you see one (or none) turns on...you'll know one or two lightbulb(s) need to be replaced....this is why the green headlight logo flashed to tell you that a bulb has just burnt-out.
You'll need to remove the 4 black plastic clips that holds the top grille bracket frame onto the top metal frame that's facing the top radiator area.
If you know which headlight's bulb need replacing, just remove the 3 bolts...two are on top and one is by the side (close to radiator area)
Then you pull the grille toward you gently to allow your hand to access behind the grille and headlight area to reach the white socket that's connected to the headlight bulb.
This requires some patient as it's a tight area for your fingers to wiggle the socket off.
When the new lightbulb is installed, the green headlight logo will appear in the instrument panel when you start the engine.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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