There are several possibilities; headlight switch, headlight breaker or fuse, connectors, dimmer switch.
I have an 2005 and the headlights on it will dim, and then brighten back to normal. I bought it brand new, and it has done it since I bought it. I actually took it back to the dealership, and asked them about it, and they said that Chevy knew that it would do that, but that the car would keep running, and that there was nothing that they could do about it. Hope this helps.
probably a short circuit in the steering column. that means a new wiring harness ($150-200 + ) must be done soon, or could cause battery drain, or even start a fire.
You could have and electrical shortage in your wiring somewhere in your vehicle.
your headlights will burn out faster and could possibly blow a fuse, but you would go through headlights and a drastically increased rate if you use headlights when they are unneeded.
This sounds like a starter problem with commutator or brush problems. joedi
mabie they could be burning out.
sometimes the head lights and tail lights may be fused separately,check your fuses.you could have a bad ground.thats just two places to start.
could be a couple things. the oil sender unit could be bad or you could just be a little low on oil.
The headlights could have bad bulbs or a bad fuse; the two sets of lights are on different circuits.
there is no fuse for the headlights. Could be many reasons. Start with the fusible links down by the starter.
The tires vary, but for the most part they are Continentals. Headlights, could be Bosch or Valeo.
because the battery is the source of the power for the headlights. there could be an issue with the battery or the alternator can be failing.
If both headlights went out at the same time it could be a blown fuse or a failed headlight relay.
What kind of flicker do you mean? I own an '05 Aveo (my first car) and I find that my running lights get dim, go back to full brightness, and repeat. My interior clock goes in and out too. Why I mention the clock is that when I did a little research, I found that the circuit for the clock and the headlights are connected. After checking it out, I found that when the lights are bright, the clock is out, and when the lights were dim, the clock was on. I don't know if this is your issue, but it could help.
there are several possibilities, first: the fuse that provides power to the headlights could be blown out. second: the headlights could be burnt out. the other possibilities would require a professional diagnostics by a Subaru technician.
Yes it could.
Did you check the lights? They could be dead!
You can ask customer service on this website to get your answer.
You can find these headlights online, but aftermarket headlights still will cost you a pretty penny, if your grand prix has plastic headlights and it is just a matter of discoloration this could easily be fixed. Just go to the The Headlight Solution, at headlightsolution.net they specialize in restoring / cleaning headlights to like new condition.
check fuses and connections at the headlights and the switch in the dash, make sure your headlights are good ;-) that's a start...
You could find information about hid headlights on Wikipedia, at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headlamp. Hid headlights are usually attached to the front of a vehicle like a car or motorcycle.
Could be bad headlights, foggy or dirty headlight casing, poor power output (bad battery or alternator).
How do your headlights look? If the headlights are dim, it is possible your charging system is at fault. If your headlights are bright, then check your body grounds.