Question about 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP Sedan
First check all fuses. If one looks to be burnt into than you should replace the faulty one. If no fuse needs to be changed than check to make sure that the parking brake is not slightly engaged. (some GM models you can turn off day time running lights by doing this) So you need to make sure that this is completely disengaged.
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