No low beam headlights

Asked by Dec 10, 2013 at 01:14 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

All running lights, brake lights, and high beams work fine, but low beam headlights do not come on.  Any recommendations or suggestions?

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headlight bulb filaments, turning them on after starting a very cold engine zaps them with a voltage spike from the alt. if their older they fail instantly,this time of year you'll see more punch buggies than ever! well used too!

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The relay is located under the hood in the fuse box labeled #35 DCM Module. I got mine from; rockauto.com ACDELCO Part # 15016745 Main Relay GM Original Equipment One of our most popular parts LOW BEAM

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Sean! You da man! Thanks for the pics of the relay and box position. Reading the GM "key" to the fuse/relay box and relay descriptions is more confusing than indoctrinating. Of course they do this on purpose. My local GM Dealer wanted $125 just to LOOK at the car and give me a price to fix it. And they have the nerve to act SURPRISED when I tell them I've been a lifelong die-hard GM man (at 58) and I'll never buy another GM product again! LMAO!

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I just bought a 07 grand prix for 400 an same light problem I noticed they like to burn conectors to cuz I replaced that relay an had blown connectors out with bulbs ben a very expensive little fix my buddy said that there is a in line conector that could also be a problem .... not sure kinda waiting for last resort on that end

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any other ideas?

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I had to replace the relay a few times before I dot a good one that didnt go out. This one has lasted about a year so far with no prolems.

I have a 97 Grand Prix GTP and I have no low beam, sometimes they come on and most of the time they do not. Tried replacing the light switch, no luck. Replaced the rely/fuse in the box next to the glove box again no luck. I'm drawing a blank. Hope someone can give me some advise on this fix so, far I've been unlucky in fixing it. Thanks

The HDM relay is a factory recall and GM WILL replace the relay for no cost... You could just bypass it with jumpers though.

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