It probably is the dimmer switch. Dimmer Switch has been replaced already....same effect. The ground wire for the low beams is probably corroded--it happened to me twice! Remove the cowl covering the headlights by removing the plastic rivet tabs--use needle-nose pliers and pull stragght up on the small inner discs. With the cowl removed, you'll see the headlight wires runing in front of the radiator between the headlights. They may be secured to a body arm by a zip strip or two. Cut the strips and pull the wire assembly up so you can get a good look at it. All the wires will be wrapped in electrical tape. Before peeling the tape, look for evidence of corrosion, like a small patch of grainy greenish-blue stuff. If you find it, you've found the corroded part. Peel the electrical tape off, cut out the corroded section, bridge the gap with a new piece of wire and, optimally, solder it together and use shrink sleeves to cover the connections. Remember to slide the shrink sleeves on before you solder the second connection. Re-wrap with electrical tape, and re-secure to the body arms with zip strips.
It is true to say that Halo headlights bulbs can be replaced.
No...the 99 has 2 bulbs and the 01 has 1 bulb
Bulbs? Fuses? Relay? Dimmer switch? Headlight switch?
Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem Check the bulbs first. I had the same problem on a 94 Oldsmobile and it was the dimmer switch. Replaced that and fixed the problem
Make sure the bulbs are there and in good condition. If the tailingts work it would not have been the switch. There is an issue with the wiring between the switch and the lights. Check the grounds for the lights and check the wiring between the switch and the bulbs.
Bad switch? Bad relay/ Breaker tripped?
Defective reverse light switch.
Yes, the dimmer switch could be at fault but, be sure the bulbs are okay before you spend anymore money.
May be the switch There should be a button on the side of the switch (behind the dashboard) Push this button and knob/rod assembly should come out allowing you to remove bezel and switch Also replace connector when replacing switch--they have a tendency to overheat and not make good contact
Probably turn signal flasher is bad
If you buy blue xenon bulbs they are easily fittable to headlights on most car designs. Any mechanic should be able to do it or you can also do it yourself. If you take it to a mechanic bring the bulbs with you.
Check bulbs Check Fuses in Main junction box under hood
The 2002 Cavalier has a reverse light switch. The switch can be bad, or have a loose connection causing the lights not to work.
I would go to the high beam switch next (test not replace)
If by "dim headlights" you mean low-beams... the bulbs are bad and must be replaced.
Get a new headlight switch even check your bulbs might help
The headlights are a separate circuit from the others. Check the bulbs, headlight switch, Hi/Low beam switch and depending what year you have check the fuses.
could be that the second set of bulbs are gone or a fuse on the switch.
i would heck that you have the correct double element bulbs in your tail light assembly
either a blown fuse or bad headlight switch
It's because you need to change the light bulbs on your car.
Possibly the multifunction switch (switch in columm). Check the bulbs, fuses etc first