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2007 lucky strike, low beam on head light burn out, replaced, new light burnt out in a few hrs? Voltage regulator? Part number or availability?

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You should be able to reach under the hood into the headlight assembly and grab the bulbs and twist them off if not then you have to take off your entire headlight assembly then take the bulbs out.

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Simple! (I have the same model as well) Pop off the front chevy grill - it's held on with spring clips. Then look at the headlight assembly - there are 2 slide clips on either side, near the top - they have a tab that is bent forward - lift them UP. It may take a little force as they are usually stiff. The headlight assembly can then be pulled off the car, and the bulbs replaced.

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Hi, it sounds like their is a bad earth somewhere causing it to short out this can be difficult to find as it would involve removing the lights and checking all the earth wires.
But first make sure the correct fuse is fitted because if someone has changed the fuse and put one on with the wrong amp then this would keep blowing.
If you look in the fuse box it should give you a diagramme of fuse location and the correct type check this first as this is something that would cost next to nothing to repair.
If the fuse are good then get the garage to check all connectors and earth wires.
Hope this is some help to you let me know if you need further assistance

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Open hood, look on top of head light assm, you will see a bolt or screw, these hold assm in. remove, and pull out assm. Turn lock collar, remove old bulb, install new, BUT DO NOT TOUCH GLASS END OF BULB WITH YOU HAND, the oil from your skin will make the bulb explode when it is heated.

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You'll need 2 (two) people, probably, unless you have a Volt-Ohm meter with really long leads.

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