Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
Low Beams on 2007 Chevy Cobalt remain on constantly even with key removed from ignition. I must disconnect battery when I get to work. There are fuses but no relays for high or low beams. It appears BCM controls the headlights. Anybody had this problem?
Also, the daytime driving lights are controlled by relay. It's possible the relay may have melted down inside and is shorted, remaining on even when primary ignition power is off. The relay runs about $15.00 to $20.00 USD and might be worth a shot to replace. Likely you can get one at a recycling yard for a dollar or two.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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