Question about 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe
If you haven't already done so change the bulb and see if this corrects it. I broken element in the bulb will do this when the element bounces up and down and makes brief contact. If you have tried this then it could be caused from a broken wire on the headlamp harness or a bad headlamp socket. I would first remove the headlamp leaving it attached in the socket, with the lights on shake the harness and see if you can get the bulb to flash. If it does flash inspect the wires going to the headlamp socket for and damage or breaks and inspect the socket itself for a loose fitting bulb. If you find bad wiring repair it using water tight **** connectors that will need to be heated to seal the wires. If you find a bad or worn socket from excessive heat then contact you dealer or local junk yard for a replacement and again use water tight **** connectors or shrink tube.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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