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Question Details Asked:Aug 18, 2011 - 05:35 AMStatus:Closed
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If you are unable to find the
cause of the problem I would recommend visiting the dealer. Even if it is only
to have the vehicle diagnosed. Please feel free to email me directly. I
apologize I don’t have more technical information to help you.
GM Customer Service
I just had the same problem. Went to the dealer after checking bulbs and fuses. The problem was a headlight module found in the under the hood fuse box. I believe it was #35. The module cost $36 and $200 to replace, nice mark up. Good luck
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