While driving 35 mph, the battery indicator illuminated, the steering lost power, and the vehicle shut off. Additionally when I went to change the bulb I noticed they had taped the lights in because they didn't know how to install the lamp or didn't care. It prevents corrosion from occurring in the first place. Then push down on the nipple, and it'll secure itself in there. The one on the left only moves up about an inch. Removal of the second bolt will not automatically cause the light assembly to pop out. The failure mileage was approximately 115,000.
I have cleaned it and plugged it back in and good to go until next time. You'll need to replace at least 25 different parts in order to get the vehicle back together, and many of them are things that only the dealer will have access to. All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. If the lamps aren't burning out now there must still be an intermittent connection in the left headlamp lowbeam circuit. There is a splash guard that goes over the very front of the inside of the car. I hope you took to heart the advice about using dielectric silicone on the terminals.
If not e-mail me and I can scan and e-mail you thdiagrams I got from the library. Take your trim tool or screw driver careful with screw driver and pop the head up, not the washer part on the plastic pin retainers on the plastic ram shield that covers the radiator. This last occurrence caused the other headlight to malfunction apparently bulb blew out. Handle the bulb only by its base. So I replaced the sockets cost about 8 dollars each , and the right lowbeam light works perfect.
The headlight bulb is contained in the socket. It's held in place by about six plastic fasteners. One of the wires is exposed and the cars vibrations is making the wire hit a ground and causing a short circuit. You may need to replace the male connector also. The warning lights keep coming on.
If you have a for-profit service,. Sorry I'm kind of new to this. Both of these must be removed for the headlamp assembly to be pulled forward. When putting the headlight assembly back in be sure to align the nylon pieces into the slots where the 2 clips go. First lift the hood and it does not matter which side of the lamp bulb you have to replace. I have never had the car more than a few days at the time without having to take it back to the dealer for repairs to be done. Third, make sure you wear safety glasses, if the bulb does break when you remove or install you will receive eye damage from the elements that make the lamp bulbs.
My headlights keep going out low beam, not high beam , I checked the fuses, and the fuses are good headlight lowbeam fuses , and i replaced the headlights already. Lift up the headlamp assembly retainers to release. I was careful not to let My Body oils tough the bulb. The two metal fasteners have little notches on them, so you have to push them away from yourself as you pull up, so the notches clear the plastic holder. Unplug the electrical wires from back of old bulb.
. Best practice is to apply dielectric silicone grease to all the terminals on the high current side of the headlamp circuit. Pontiac special warranty covered power assist module to be replaced. Assuming you removed the old bulbs and have the retention rings screws the light into the assembly. I have also spoken with other Pontiac G6 owners who are also experiencing this same issue. Next there are 2 clips that hold the headlight assembly in place.
Use a tissue or something else in that order to handle the new bulb. Keep dirt and moisture off the bulb. Driver's side headlight low beam goes out. Mechanics would reconnect loose wiring to the headlights. Insert the lightbulb gently into the aperature in the assembly and align the retention ring on the metal flanges there should be apx 6 all around the ring and press down firmly and in one motion turn clockwise to lock and seal the lightbulb.
My theft-deterrent alarms comes on and stay on while I drive. The car pulls forward, which is scary. It frustrated me for a while. Anyone who operates a Pontiac knows that when it comes to maintaining their vehicle only the highest quality replacement parts will do. Fast forward two months and the light quit working. It wasn't the bulb or a fuse, it was the electrical wiring. Replaced the bulb and it still didn't work.
I see this complaint a lot on the Internet. What Wiring Electrical Connector does for your vehicle. Update from Feb 12, 2015 : Cleaned the Contacts and it worked for a Couple of Months. No warning system alerted to any problems with engine, sensors, heat, oil levels, etc. Then it goes off stay off for a day maybe then come back on.