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2006 trailblazer low beam headlights are out, what could if be

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Did you take them off to see if they are burned sometimes when low beams go out hi beams still work try see if high beams work if they do need to replace light buld try that first if that dont work check your fuses.

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How do you change the low beam light on 2006 chevy trailblazer?


For the drivers side, reach down by your alternator and over behind the headlight. You'll feel a 3" round rubber boot. Slip this off and now you can remove the light bulb.

Passengers- Remove the top of the air cleaner, at that point you'll have complete access to the rubber boot and bulb.

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Drivers side- reach hand behind headlight and remove the rubber cover, then turn and remove bulb.

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How do I replace the low beam bulb?


Both sides have a rubber cover behind the actually headlight. There are 2 rubber covers, one on the top for the high beams and one on the bottom for the low beams. Drivers side is easy, reach your hand down there and remove. The passenger side requires removal of the air cleaner top to have easy access. Hope this helps!

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Low beam on 2006 trailblazer quit working but have high beam


probably just a burnt out bulb. You do not have to replace the whole headlight as on older vehicles , just the small bulb inside.
I would hope that your friendly local chevy dealer would be happy to do it for just the cost of the bulb. Also some parts stores like pep boys or autozone will help customers out with quick easy fixes like that.

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Low beams and daytime runners do not work. High beams work. Any ideas?


headlights have burned out on the low beam side, replace both headlights, should fix your problem

Jul 08, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext

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2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer


First face the vehicle so the battery in on the right.
Second open hood.
Third Remove the Grill by pushing firmly on two retainer clips that are on the top, use the wide slot screwdriver to get the rest of the clips off. Pull up gently on the grill it should then pop out. The grill extends under each headlight assemblymag-glass_10x10.gif any other retainer clips should release when the grill in popped out.
  • Step 2 Fourth on top of the headlight assembly you will see one 1" tab on the right and left side, pull the tabs upward about two inches and this should release the headlight assembly. You then should be able to pull the headlight assembly out toward you.
  • Step 3 Finally at the back of the headlight assembly you will see two rubber caps one for low beam and one for high beam, the white base is for the low beam and the black base is for the high beam. Unsnap the wire harness from the bulb base, turn the bulb clockwise.

    Replace the bulbs high beam on the outside and low beam on the inside.
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    Low beam lights not working


    Bad headlight switch more than likely

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