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2004 Blazer headlights wont come on at night

I have a 2004 Blazer and the headlights will come on during the day but they wont come on at night. The parking lights do come on at night. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    I have tried that and they still did not come on. It can be in the switch because they should come on when the car is started after dark, correct?



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Hi try using the headlight switch and if they work with the switch then there is a problem with the twilight sensor

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  • Kevin Rahme May 11, 2009

    yes the lights should come on when dark that's why I said to try the headlight switch if they work with the switch then the twilight sensor is the problem



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