Question about 2002 Chevrolet Astro
The low beams on my astro do not work. The high beams do. So I am looking for some answers or ideas as to what can be wrong. The daytime running lights do work.
It turned out to be the multifunction switch! Now it works, thank the Lord. I didn't have any junkyards near here so I had to buy it new. The dealer's price was $385. I got it from a local auto parts supply store for $254.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
The head light switch is a good place to start. and also the high low switch. Hope that helps you out. If not get back we can do some more trouble shooting OK Thanks Bear001
. There is also a relay for them under the hood in a relay fuse box you can check them to if your switch is ok .
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