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The passenger lowbeam on my 1999 gmc envoy blew last week, but when I turn on the lowbeams, that light flickers. does this mean there's a short to that headlight and not that I have to spend $1300.00 + to get it fixed?

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It probably means you have a faulty headlight bulb

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