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SOURCE: Changing a headlight on a 2004 GMC Envoy

If it's the same as a Trailblazer you have to first remove the "bowtie" from the front between the two light bezels. Gentle pull forward and the pressure clips will release. Don't be shy. There are no screws. Than with the light bezels exposed you will see a metal clip that has to be pulled back to release the bezel and it will swing forward to allow you access to the bulb.

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SOURCE: My low beam headlights won't turn on in 2004 gmc envoy

It's the headlamp relay #46. If you want to test it, swap it out with the cooling fan relay #45 and see if your headlights work. If they do you know this is the fix. Found the solution online a couple of years ago and it was spot-on. The part was $45 at autozone at the time.

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SOURCE: 2004 envoy clicks once under the hood but won't turn over

Ckeck your cranck shaft sensor and if all fuses are good and see if you have fuel too

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SOURCE: My 2004 chev impala headlight won't turn on and

If you made sure your battery connections are tight then you may need trace you hot wire for a bad connection around the fusible links that run from battery.

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2004 envoy clicks once under the hood but won't turn over


Ckeck your cranck shaft sensor and if all fuses are good and see if you have fuel too

Mar 05, 2013 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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My low beam headlights won't turn on in 2004 gmc envoy


It's the headlamp relay #46. If you want to test it, swap it out with the cooling fan relay #45 and see if your headlights work. If they do you know this is the fix. Found the solution online a couple of years ago and it was spot-on. The part was $45 at autozone at the time.

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Lift hood, at top of each headlight assembly look for two L-shaped tabs. Pull these tabs straight up, this will release the headlight assembly. Lift assembly forward to gain access to rear of assembly. There two rubber caps, the top one is for access to the low beam and the bottom for the high beam bulbs. Remove the appropriate cap, grasp bulb socket and turn CCW to release. Unplug bulb from socket by releasing catch on side of socket, install new bulb, DO NOT touch bulb glass with fingers. Reverse steps to re-assemble.

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See the figure below. Use the headlight selector to turn on the low beams, even when in Park.


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2004 envoy xuv low beams went out all other lights work checked fuses and switched relays 45 and 46 and still not working any ideas?


Try to see if the bulbs blew out by replacing the bulbs first. If they still won't light, it could be bad grounds or connections or bad continuity in the wiring to the headlight relays or switch. Good luck on this repair.

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My front bumper headlight on my 2004 GMC Envoy fell out. How do I re-install it?


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Replacing the low beam headlight on a 2004 gmc envoy


Just above the headlight assembly are two angled tabs, pull these straight up (they may need some effort). These will release the assembly, carefully pull the entire assembly forward. Access to the headlight bulb is behind the two rubber caps, the upper cap is for the low beam. Remove this cap, twist the headlight bulb socket CCW and remove. Disconnect bulb from harness by prying up gently on locking tab on socket, and pull bulb out. Being careful not to touch the new bulb glass surface with your finger, plug it into the socket and install it back into the headlight assembly turning it CW. Reinstall rubber cap, seat headlight assembly on frame, lining up the bottom and top pegs. Once the assembly is fully seated, push the two angled tabs down, locking the assembly in place.

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2004 Envoy, low beam headlights turn off on their own.


the daytime running light module is no good.,or the relay is overheating and cutting out and comes back on when cool.get some freeze spray from an electronic supplier and spray the suspect component when it stops working.the -60f will make it appear fast..cheers

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2004 Envoy Headlights won't turn on


appears to be bad headlight switch

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