the Headlights on my 2006 Cobalt will not come on what could be the problem.

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Asked by Dec 29, 2014 at 09:52 AM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have already checked the fuses

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Do the park lights, tail lights etc. come on? If so I would suspect the headlight bulbs. Is it possible they are both burned out? It seems unlikely, but it could happen. Try turning them on and then switching from high beam to low beam. If they activate on one or the other setting I'd think its the bulbs.

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Park lights, tail lights come on. No high beam. It's not the bulbs or the switch as we bought one and put it in.

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My Cobalt just developed the same issue. Did you ever get your problem resolved?

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Same problem and it's dark and no front blinkers. Fiddled with them before when this happened and worked but now it won't turn on at all.

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