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Hhr headlight replaced but still not working

My lowbeam went out on the driver's side. I replaced the bulb but it did not fix the problem. I changed the turn signal switch (was told this could be it) but that did not work either. Now I am told it could be the wiring? Has anyone heard of this or know what part I need?

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I'm pretty sure there is a separate fuse for the left and right headlights. Did you check those?

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Posted on Apr 18, 2014

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try replacing the fuse because low beam and high beam are two different systems

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SOURCE: 2004 Chevy Trailblazer LS - replaced the headlamps

Unless the connectors are loose at the lights you replaced or you purchased defective poor quality bulbs ..... You could try disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes, and reconnect and test ... think of it as a last ditch effort to "reboot" the body computer for your trailblazer ... otherwise my guess is the lighting/body computer is the culprit. Especially if the light switch was OFF when the key was removed and it warned you.

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check headlight relay

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SOURCE: need replace turn signal bulb

YOU HAVE TO THE FRONT HEADLIGHT HOUSING TO REPLACE THE TURN SIGNAL BULB.

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SOURCE: how do you change a headlight bulb on a hhr...

The procedure is in the owners manual, but it is not easy. You need to turn the wheels in (to right for drivers side) and then shut car off. Then you will need to loosen the inside front wheel well, which is plastic, until you can bend it out of the way enough to reach inside to the bulb. The bulb twists out with a 1/4 turn to the left and then unplugs. Just a hint, make sure that the gasket comes out with the bulb and that you only use one when you reinstall the new bulb. If you need to replace the fog lights, that bulb is replaced the same way.

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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