Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
I drive a 07 Silverado. When I start it up the head lights come on. If I have them on high beam all 4 come on. If low beam just 2 come on. I have a round knob on the left middle dash to control lights. I if I turn it to the empty circle then the head lights go off and the signal lights stay on. I think that is what you are asking but not for sure.
Posted on Aug 21, 2017
Retrofitting HIDs into halogen headlight assemblies is ******* and my look bright to you, but they actually cast less light on the road because the reflector isn't designed to focus an HID tube. Their designed to focus a filament.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes. These are called DRL's or daytime running lights. It is law that vehicles manufactured after 1985 must have low amperage lighting on while running.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
ok you said you have replace the bulbs, i believe you. your problem is still the bulbs, use type HS 905, both bulbs must be the same make and model, or else one will have the same problem your having. one of the two headlamp bulbs has blown, thats why the daytime running lamp is flashing.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
The blinking light is telling you that you have a headlight out, if you look the service light should be coming on when the light stops blinking.
Replace the head light and all should be fine.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
SOURCE: bright lights won't work
I too had the same exact problem on my 1999 Cavalier. I replaced the lamps,then the DLR,and then looked at the harness under the battery box.(It appeared to look ok and didn't have any corrosion on it I could see). I then ordered a new turn signal/high beam switch that's on the steering column. I replaced the switch and still had the same problem. Not wanting to let this defeat me I started tracing the wires from the high beam lamps back. When I got back to the wiring harness under the battery box I noticed that just one of the wires had a little corossion on it. Guess what? it turned out that was the high beam wire and it was coroded through and not making the circuit complete. I cut the wire at the coroded spot, restripped both ends and twisted them together. At that point I tried all the lights and they worked perfectly. I then soldered and shrink wraped the repaired wire. (Finally end of problem) My suggestion,Really look closely at that wiring harness. If you have to use a magnifiying glass do so. This was a really frustrating problem that I finally solved and I hope this can help others with the same problem.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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If the test lamp is always OFF, test the control circuit for a short to voltage or an open/high resistance. If the circuit tests normal, replace the BCM.
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