location of fuse for headlights


Asked by Oct 06, 2012 at 09:48 AM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

location of fuse for headlights

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yeah i looked in fuse compartment by glove box, i do have a power seat circuit of 25amps but no headlight circuit brker in that compartment at all. so i went under hood in that fusebox,only thing in there is lowbeam highbeam fuses,all good not blowen..checked bulbs in both lights they are good too. this is a 2006 pontiac grnd prx gt,supercharge, i read it could also be in the switch on the coloum?? getn aggravatied ...the headlight housings are all clean as well..

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possiblebad headlight sw or bad hi/low beam sw.

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headlight switch,high beam,Turn signal,cruise control (if equipped), fog lamps (if eqipped) are all in the same switch, changed it on my daughters car (runs around $70.00 at Autozone) took care of all her lighting problems!!!!!!!


Change the hedlight switch in the steering column will fix your problem $70.00 at Autozone

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