i have a 2000 firebird and i have replaced the headlight motor and it still wont go up and down .......any one got any ideas?

Asked by Nov 11, 2012 at 02:43 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Firebird SLP Firehawk

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

Sorry Kevin I don't know the answer, but just wanted to tell a story you reminded me of. A person I know paid a mechanic $120 to "change the fluid in her headlights. The halogen fluid is more expensive but will last longer"..I said nothing and let it go to her, but turned the guy in to the Calif BAR (not lawyer Bar- Bureau of Automotive Repair he got busted

No guy the head light pop up with a motor because Pontiac had the hide away lights and I do all my own work lol I'm fairly car savy not a gulable female look up the car and you will know what I'm talking about

Kevin it was just an off-topic story. Supposed to be a funny story, trying to lighten up a bit around here. Sorry, I did by no stretch mean suggest you are anything less than intelligent and savvy. Lkely more that I.

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there is a really good chance you didn't put it in right or it needs adjusted. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1i4cb2PpVQ refer to this video and if it doesnt solve your problems then reply and ill look for something else.

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