Question about 2002 Chevrolet Corvette
Hello, my name is Ben. You probably know by now this is a common problem with Corvettes. Chevrolet uses a cheap plastic gear to raise and lower the headlights and it is prone to wear out. Most likely the gear has a broken or worn tooth and will need to be replaced. Several after market companies sell a new brass gear to replace the cheap plastic one. If you are handy, you should be able to rebuild the headlight assembly on your own, or if you search you can someone to rebuild it for you. Good luck and I hope this has helped you, Ben.
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