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Re: head light bulb
OPEN THE HOOD, THE BULB IS HELD IN PLACE BY A ROUND TWIST TO LOCK/UNLOCK RETAINER, PULL THAT BACK AND REMOVE THE BULB BY WIGGLING IT AND PULLING STRAIGHT BACK.
CAUTION, DON'T TOUCH THE NEW BULB, IT WILL BREAK SOON AFTER YOU TURN IT ON FORM THE OIL ON YOUR SKIN, IF YOU DO TOUCH IT CLEAN IT OFF WITH RUBBING ALCOHOL.
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Check for corrosion in the bulb socket or wiring connection points. This could cause a voltage drop, resulting in a dimmer light. If it looks good, then just replace the bulb with a new one. Use dielectric grease only in the bulb socket to prevent corrosion. Do not use regular grease because it will stop electricity from flowing.
There are two phillips head screws on the fog light/turn signal, unscrew them both and pull the unit out, the blinker connector is located on the back side... twist it out counter clockwise and blam! There's the bulb, slide a new one in, and make sure she works.
On my 2003 trailblazer (as far as I know they are the same), See note below for passenger side. Remove the dust cover on the back of the head light assembly (black round rubber cover about 3" in diameter, just pull it off), disconnect the plug on the bulb, turn the bulb a 1/8 turn and pull it out. Then reverse the process for assembly. ***NOTE***If you are trying to replace one of the bulbs on the passenger side, remove the air filter housing cover and displace the filter for access to the dust covers on the back of the head light. 2 screws hold the air filter housing cover on, one directly behind it and one on the side (drivers side of air filter housing).
yes very simple pop the hood look down behind the light, should be a rubber wire with a little bit of pulling an turning it should pop out, check to make sure there are no bolts or screws holding it in, also check to see if bulb is actually burnt out, replace bulb
Check for head light (daytime)relay to be bad,this might have to do with the turn signals also,if the turn signals on this car,also have running lights in them,If this relay is not bad,replace the body control module.
Theres a plastic piece that goes to the back of the head light just give it a little twist left and pull it out once you have it out take the old bulb out and put the new bulb back in but dont touch the new bulb on the glass with your fingers the natural oil will cause it to explode or burn out then just repeat the step backwards to install again
Try replacing the blower motor resistor, it has different resistances for each speed. Mounted on the passenger side air duct, it is kind of a ***** to get to but you can see the harness if you invert and shove your head up into the footwell.