LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS My headlights will not go off in my 2007 base line grand prix, I have to unplug the fuse in the relay in order for them to go off, so I have been using my high beam....HELP!!

Asked by Jul 12, 2013 at 01:10 PM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My headlights will not go off in my 2007 base line grand prix, I have to unplug the fuse in the relay in order for them to go off, so I have been using my high beam....HELP!!

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stupid lxnx~ here's a snaperoonski~

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you know it is kinda hardcore of them to NOT have a relay or fuse for this little item~...weirdos~

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These cars have the low beam headlights on at all times as daytime running lights. You can turn them off when you start the car just by turning the headlight knob (the one left of the steering wheel) towards you.

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excellent Dorian...who would have know that?

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"wartime blackout" mode~

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I am having this same problem and I have replaced the multifunction switch, still doing it...Anything else it can be?

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