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Could a blown bulb or fuse be the reason the daytime running lights will not work on a 2000 Pontiac Gran Prix GT?


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2018-04-27 02:48:43
2018-04-27 02:48:43

It could be a number of things. First check all of the fuses. It could be the module which controls the lights but it needs to be checked out.

There is also a relay for the daytime running lights on your car i would check into that if all fuses are good.


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