Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix
We have a 1999 Grand Prix. The daytime running lights won't go on automatically anymore. We tried changing the sensor but that didn't help. The lights go on automatically at night. Any suggestions?
I have had a few cars that have separate day time and night time lights. check to make sure you have just one or both. next often there is a fuse for both day and night lights. after that things get a little complicated you might have to have the sensor adjusted. that system is great as far as safety is but its a pain some times
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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