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Where is the headlight sensor on a 1997 Oldsmobile Achieva?

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2005-06-15 23:00:50
2005-06-15 23:00:50

Look in the defroster vent. It is on the passenger side to the right of the vent.It is a small round hole it reflects blue when you shine a light at it. You can remove the dashboard strip near the windshield and pry it up.

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