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2006 pontiac grand prix...low beams/driving lights quit working

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  • TINAD50 Mar 16, 2009

    i HAVE THE SAME PROBLRM AND HAVE PAID 500. DOLLARS. I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT IF THIS IS A MANUFACTURING PROBLEM.

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Serious question - Have you checked the fuse?

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my friend ! is both beam wont work on low? if yes then check fues other wise some time its burn .so check it throlly ur car beams ....some time lights assambly have problem .so check that as well.
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