If it's the same as my 1999 2 door 4x4. You have to remove the grill. Then the headlight modules are right there and easy to get too.
Under the dash to the right of the steering wheel. Near the Headlight control module.
There are little gears right behind the headlight assemblies.
The battery on a 2007 Chevy Equinox is located under the hood of the car. It is right behind the right headlight.
there is no fuse i beleave just for the right headlight, i presume your right headlight is not working, do you have xenon or halogen bulbs, if you have xenon then the most likely cause is headlight xenon control modules, if the module is the cause i would sudjest replacing both headlight modules, and the front right xenon bulb. good luck.
Open the hood and right behind the headlight unit you will see two clips...just pull them up and the headlight unit comes right out.
lift the hood it is on the right side.
Which module are you looking for? The ECU is under the hood right in front of the black fuse box.
Right under the ignition cap.
under the right rear window trim.
right side firewall
passenger side, right behind headlight
Open the hood, and its right there behind the left headlight.
right front below headlight housing,,,drivers side!!
It is behind the drivers side headlight, right next to the fuse box. The name for it is engine ECM. There will be another box directly behind the headlight, that is the transmission control module, or TCM. Check out dodgeintrepid.net for tons of info on these cars.
It is right behind the right headlight under the battery box attached to the inner fender.
It is on the drivers side quarter panel right behind the headlight.
It on the driver side right behing the headlight in the fender wall
open the hood. in back of headlight assembly there are two metal slides with pull tabs. pull them up then wiggle the headlight assembly. it should fall right out. with it out you can get at the bulbs.
There is a bolt with a torx bit head on it behind the headlight if i remember right there should be two of them one is for up and down the other is for in and out.
There are two clips on the back side of each headlight that you lift vertically. Once the clips are removed the headlights come right out.
the horn is easier to get to,if you remove the right side headlight housing!! then you can see horn.
Open hood, on top of headlight there is a silver "L" shaped pin, lift it up, slide it out, this releases headlight assembly, now simply tilt headlight forward & out.
Open the hood. On top of the headlight assemblies, there's a curved metal rod. Pull that out, and you can pull the headlight assembly right out. From there, you turn the bulb ballasts counterclockwise and pull them out, and you can either replace the bulbs at that point, or the whole headlight assembly if necessary.
if your talking about the flasher its on the left side knee area remove the headlight switch and itll be to the right of the switch