My 2008 colt czc2 is going thru dip beam bulbs at the rate of bout 1 per 6 wks both sides.as soon as i change 1 side the other soon followes within a week or so can any one advise to wot problem may be.
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I work in a garage and i can say chevy is junk, we get 10 chevys to 1-2 other car makes your best bet is to not tell any one about the problem and sell it, im not favoring any vehicle makers but thats the way it is sorry
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I suggest you refer to the owners handbook which contains adequate descriptions of how to access and replace the bulb(s) and what precautions must be taken and provides some illustrations.
European laws expect owners to change the bulb or bulbs as soon as possible after failure and in some European countries replacement bulbs must be carried. As the Audi is a European car bulb replacement is unlikely to be difficult.
LOOK IN SIDE BACK INDEX OF OWNERS MANUAL IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT.LOOK IN BACK INDEX FOR BULB REPLACEMENT IT WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO REPLACE HEAD LIGHT LOW BEAM BULB.DONT TOUCH HALOGEN WITH HANDS BECAUSE OILS FROM HANDS WILL CAUSE HALOGEN LIGHT BULB TO OVER HEAT AND BLOW OUT WEAR CLEAN GLOVES WHEN HANDLING BULBS.
in your headlight you have side light a dipped light and a main beam normally the one bulb has your dipped light and your main beam sometimes the dipped light can go and you need to change the bulb ,even though the main beam maybe ookay
Are u sure that the bulbs are OK? I had no dipped lights on mine, & thought it must be a fuse or another electrical fault. It turned out, both bulbs had gone. I think this often happens when one side goes, the other soon follows.