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Re: headlight fuse 1998 firebird
The fuse box you are looking for is under the hood. You will find a black square box and it should say FUSE on top. Take the lid off and the cover should have the location of the headlamp fuse. If it is not the fuse/breaker it could be a bad dimmer switch in the column.
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If you have a user manual for your car look inside of it it should tell you where the fuse is that controls your headlights... if you don't have one look on the inside of the cover of the fuse panel box you will find a diagram on it showing headlight fuse or
fuses.. I hope this helps you
if the battery was leaking acid from the filler caps on the battery it may have been caused by the alternator over charging (faulty voltage regulator) hence blow your light bulbs or blown the fuse check for blown fuses first,if they are OK you may have to replace the bulbs .....hope this helps....cheers
chances are ur headlight motor is going bad and will need replacing soon....lots of cars with the pop up headlights do this. its pretty common, no big deal. go on ebay and get the part though. the dealership will charge at least 50 but ebay about 15
In the engine comaprtment or under the dash panel or at the sides of the dash panel check fuses if its not the fuse do you hear the motor if not its the motor that makes it go up and down./ Please rate my response thank you very much
There is a module under the dash that controls the Daytime Running lights or DRL. It might have something to do with it. You can find some more info here:http://www.chrisnovoa.com/166_camarofirebird-drl-module-color-codes
Also all that lighting goes thru the headlight switch. Try unplugging it and putting the fuse in. If it still blows its probably the module.