Pontiac Firebird Problem Report
Pontiac Firebird Head light door actuators may fai
The head light door actuators may fail causing the head lights to become stuck in the raised or lowered position.
heard the sound of a motor on passenger side after closing the headlights. Found it to be the headlight actuator. Hope I don't need one for the drivers side given the pricey repair. - Visitor
I have had to replace both sides 3 times as the actuator motor gears are made of plastic and not metal. Each side cost a total of $300 and $85 an hour labor X 3 hours. - patrick.odell
Replaced gear several times & turned gear. - Visitor
drivers window and headlight - Visitor
Gear stripped out. The motor runs but the headlight will not move. - Visitor
Small arms that control light body bent and stopped working at 75,000 miles on one side - Visitor
plastic gears failed on head light door motor - Visitor
Motor failed bougt a new one and replaced - Visitor
Actuator went bad replace with new - Visitor
both sides failed at different times and were repaired under warranty. - Visitor
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