Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT
This issues are symptoms of loose connections on the end where your bulb is connected. You may want to switch the headlight on, pop the hood and try to move the terminals at the back of the headlight and see if it turns on. IIf it goes on it may be the terminals at the end of the headlamp. Otherwise it could be the wiring or the switch in the steering wheel. The headlamps also have relays normally located inside the hood in a plastic box. It might be loose. It is like a switch that makes you change from low to high. It may not be working correctly.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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