Question about 2000 Buick LeSabre
I had the same problem as everyone here. This is definitely a money-making design flaw designed to rake in parts and labour money into GM. They must have installed the cheapest component for this headlight switch for it to fail for so many people. The part alone is not cheap and I cannot imagine what Mr. Goodwrench charges to fix it for you probably an extra $100.
The LeSabre cost about $30,000 new and you would think GM would put in parts that last for that kind of cash.
Then they wonder why people are turning away from them.
The mechanic I saw fixed it by pressing down HARD on it. I could not get it to go off myself.
Solution: Just don't use it anymore.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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