On my 89 there is a ground wire on the body in front of battery. Bad connection will cause problem with headlights. Could be hi/lo dimmer switch under dash. Hard to replace without removing steering column but I unplugged switch, plugged in new switch, set new switch on dim lights, and wired new switch to steering column so I have lights but only dim lights
either both bulbs burnt out highbeam only or you need a headlight switch (controls signals, cruise(if it has it), and headlights)
It can be the dimmer switch. It needs to be checked out./ A test light will check for voltage.
Faulty hazard switch.
There is no fuse. Headlights work on a circuit breaker.
I would suspect the dimmer switch or "combination switch".
wiper motor or the bolts holding it tight.
Faulty ground to the dash.
a bad multi function switch or the wrong bulbs.gmjim
It is probably the running lights that are working and the regular headlights aren't working because of the switch or wiring. TAke it to a garage.
It could be a short in the wiring, or a fuse or the headlights themselves might be bad. I hope this helps
getting speedometer to work on a 91 chev it is most likely the vehicle speed sensor on transaxle pass. side, about 40 dollars at part store
No, the 98 Camaro is when Chevy started switching things up, they headlights aren't the in cased bulbs for headlights they are now a 9000 type bulb such as a 9005 I believe is what 98 Camaro's take for headlights. The only way I could think it was possible is if you replaced the headlights, hood, fenders, bumper, and I'm not sure then if it would still work. Those two years are the two different 4th generation Camaro's made.