Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
Check the fuses first than the bulbs and connections if that doesn't solve the problem then your light module in the steering column is bad get it replaced. go to a Napa Or Oreillys for the replacement it will cost you alot less please rate this thanks
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The Grand Prix uses separate bulbs for low beams and high beams. The low beams are located on the outer edge of the headlight assemblies while the high beams are located on the inner edge of the assemblies. With this in mind, locate the position of the burned out bulb prior to replacing it.
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