Headlights dim not coming on

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Asked by Jan 26, 2016 at 06:40 PM about the Suzuki Grand Vitara

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The dim in the headlights not coming on at all. The not coming on if you put
the lights on auto the drop the parking brake or if you try to put them on
manually.

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Have you checked the bulbs? May be burnt out.

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True will do that

have a 2006 grand vitira Suzuki but try to dim light and have none can u help

71,415

Sally Fields, actress? This can be either the bulbs burnt out or could be in the headlight switch, it just has to be looked at. I'm sure if you stop at a shop or maybe an auto parts store someone would take a quick look at it for you.

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