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two things to consider here-has this car been in a front end collision and have you checked to see if the bulb in one light is burned out.wires for the light run across the front of the car and are easily damaged in a front end collision. also if a bulb is out you get this type of problem. It can be difficult to get top the bulbs. you need to remove screws just above the grille going into the core support and pull out on the grill/bumper cover to expose screws for the headlight then with the headlight loose pull it out a little and release the bulb. check the filament to see if it is broken
When you open the hood, look directly down at the (top of the light housing. You should see 2 black handles. These are release lock. All you do is pull up on the tabs and it will unlock the assembly and from here just slide out the headlight and change your bulb.
Open your hood, look behind the headlight with a light and locate 2-black right angled pieces of metal. The one towards the engine side is easily found, but the outer one is under the metal fender and little harder to locate. Take a long flat screw driver and pry up on them, this will release the healight itself. Then you will have to take a flat screw driver and pry the clips on the top of the grill out all the way to the other headlight( I believe there is four of them). There is clips on the botton of the grill also, but they will pull out by when you pull back on the grill. Make sure to snap them back in when you re-assemble.Then you will have to take out the amber cornering light to allow you to get the headlight foward enough which will allow you to pull the headlight assy. forward enough to get your hand in there and remove the rubber cup like cover with a flat scredriver and then you will see the bulb. Give the bulb a quarter of a turn to remove it . Do not touch the new bulb because of oil from your finger will shorten the life of your bulb. Then reverse what to took apart. The snaps on the grill will just push in again. Good luck!
Just had same problem. After ruling out easy checks like parking brake switch, and park shift selector switch, It was a burned out resistor that is located inside the front left fender. Take off the front tire, remove the inner fender liner, the ceramic resistor is towards the front. It crumbled when I removed it, Could only get replacement from dealer for about $65.
i hope you have checked the bulbs in the lights .not so long i done a car they were convinced that it was a wiring problem but in fact it was the two bulbs that were blown.also chevk the relay for the lights .there is one for dips and one for fulls.best of luck