Pontiac Grand Am Problem Report
Pontiac Grand Am Incorrect head light Aim Because Head light Assembly not Installed Correctly
The head light aim may be out of adjustment after replacing one of the head light bulbs, This can be caused by the head light assembly not being correctly installed after bulb replacement.
headlight retaining and adjusting brackets break too easily- not fixed yet - Visitor
Driver side headlight will not set tight after bulb change and just keeps slipping out of place. - Visitor
GOT THAT FIXED ALSO - sportsmed
same thing... and cannot get them to stay in one position - martig13
I had a headlight go out, bought a replacement bulb but 3people & myself couldn't figure how to change it. Later during an oil change I asked the guys if they wouldn't mind, but apparently they too had problems(although replaced it), cause assembly was broken, now it looks like my head light will fall out if wind blew just right(it does't tho) & improperly focused on road. How to fix this? - Visitor
plastic retainer very fragile, tabs broken before removal, adjusting screws shattered when turning. - Visitor
After replacing bulb the headlights on that side are aiming incorrectly - I will have to try to properly replace it. - Visitor
head lights went out while driving.engine light came on..
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was in wreck but the ground is not inplug i put a ground to it but both high and low light up b...
head lights will not turn on