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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check and see if all your high and low beam bulbs work, if one is burned out that will cause problems. Then check the DRL resistor that is located in front of the drivers front tire below the headlamp. It will most likely be in two or more pieces and need to be replaced. Go see a saturn dealer and tell them you need the DRL resistor they should know exactly what you need.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Hiya...if the green headlight logo in the instrument panel flashes a few times then went out, it indicates one of the low beam headlight lamp has burnt out.
It need a new headlight bulb...check it by turning the headlight on 'low' and see which one is burnt out is the one that need to be replaced.
You could replace it yourself by removing the 4 black plastic clips that holds the top grille brackets on the top(by the top radiator frame area), take the 3 bolts off the headlight brackets then slide your hand to gain access behind the grille/headlight to change the lightbulb--it's tight so do it with care.
Or you can take it in your local garage to do it.
The odometer bulb is burnt out as well so it require removal of the speedometer/instrument panel face off and locate the bulb inside...if you are brave to handle this repair yourself with your tools, try it or have the garage do it for you..your choice.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
the lights are controlled by a module, it is the DRL module, replace it. also try this
On the inside of the car next to the light switch there is your dome light button. GM made it to where you could turn off the daytime running lights by pushing it three times in and out. Turn the vehicle on then do this. Your daytime running lights should work after this.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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