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I have a 1997 chevy 1500 350 4x4. My problem is that I can not get my headlights to work. I have checked the fuses inside the truck and under the hood. They are all good. My side markers work, my tail lights works, and even my day time running lights work. The only thing that doesnt work is the headlights. If I turn my head lights on my day time running lights turn off. Does any one have an idea of what could be causing this.
The front couple bolts (enough to fold the inner fender wells) on the fender wells (plastic part around inside the wheel well). Take them out, I think i did 6. Basically, just do what you have to do to fold the front part of that plastic inner fender well enough to see behind the parking light, then you need to remove the parking light/corner light assy. and once they are out you can reach the final screws required to remove the headlight trim rings. Also there are a few people on EBAY that are selling replacement headlight/parking/corner light assemblys that have clear outer lenses that dont get all yellow and foggy as the stock ones do. I bought smoked ones that have a light tint to it and they have projector caps so you can use HID kits and get a nice beam. something you might want to look into if your going to do the trim rings since its kind of a p.i.t.a.