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How do you check the low beam headlight fuse on a 2004 chevrolet trail blazer?

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Number three and six list as the low beam fuses and you can test them with a multimeter set on the ohmmeter buzzer setting .

Posted on Aug 17, 2018

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There is no low beam fuse.

Posted on Aug 16, 2018

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SOURCE: How do I change the lowbeam headlight on my 2003 Chev Trail Blaze

To Replace:

  • Remove the headlight bezel retaining screws. Remove the bezel. If necessary, disconnect the turn signal lamp wires.
  • Remove the retaining ring screws from one or both lights.
  • Remove the retaining rings.
  • Remove the light from the housing. Disconnect the wiring connector from the back of the light.
  • Push the wiring connector onto the prongs at the rear of the new light.
  • Place the new light in the headlight housing. Position it so the embossed number in the light lens is on the top.
  • Place the retaining ring over the light and install the retaining ring screws. Tighten them slightly.
  • Check the aim of the headlight and adjust it, if necessary.
  • Install the headlight bezel. Secure it with the retaining screws.
  • Connect the turn signal lamp wiring (if it was disconnected).

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Low Beam Ligths on 2004 Chevrolet Trail Blazer not Working

Check fuses & bulbs first, The headlight bulbs may be twin filiment type in which case the lower filliment may be blown & the upper filliment or highbeam will still work in this case replace your bulbs. But these models are renowned for having negative earthing problems. Follow the negative (-) or black lead from the battery to the point it is bolted to the vehicle. make sure there is good metal on metal contact with the negative lead & the vehicle. Then check the negative that comes out of the lowbeam headlight socket insure clean metal on metal contact. If you still cant find a fault, contact a chevy technician.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 chevy trail blazer low beam lights wont work.

maybe a fuse the fuse box is under the drivers side passenger seat . sometimes ive seem them get something spilled on them and i had to wiggle the fuses to clear the corrosion

Posted on Mar 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Have high beams no low beams all other lights work

Could be the dimmer switch.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012

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SOURCE: 03 trail blazer low beams go out while driving high beams still work check all fuses they are good wear is the master switch at

change the dimmer switch, only one side of switch is working. It should be on the lower part of the steering column.

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maybe a fuse the fuse box is under the drivers side passenger seat . sometimes ive seem them get something spilled on them and i had to wiggle the fuses to clear the corrosion

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Check fuses & bulbs first, The headlight bulbs may be twin filiment type in which case the lower filliment may be blown & the upper filliment or highbeam will still work in this case replace your bulbs. But these models are renowned for having negative earthing problems. Follow the negative (-) or black lead from the battery to the point it is bolted to the vehicle. make sure there is good metal on metal contact with the negative lead & the vehicle. Then check the negative that comes out of the lowbeam headlight socket insure clean metal on metal contact. If you still cant find a fault, contact a chevy technician.

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