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Do I really need to spell this one out for you? When your headlights fail, what exactly do you think is going to happen? They’ll burn out, they won’t work, and you’ll have a lack of light. It’s really that simple. So, if you turn on your car, and it looks like it’s blinking at you, or you’re driving at night and realize you can’t see, you’ve got yourself a good old fashioned headlight bulb problem. Now, there are a few notes on this. Your headlight bulbs won’t always die all of a sudden. Sometimes they will fade out with time. So, if you feel like your lights aren’t as bright as they usually are, then you probably have some bulbs that are nearing the end of the light. You also might not always notice a headlight bulb being out. If you rarely drive at night, or you drive in a brightly-lit city, they can sneak by you. That’s why a technician (should) always check your lights when you go and get your oil changed. But it’s also a good idea to get in the habit of checking your lights yourself. You can do this by just turning them on, getting out of the car, and giving them a peek.
Here’s the deal: when your headlights start to die, your car will often let you know. Most modern cars have a headlight warning light that will illuminate on the dashboard when one of the light burns out. It might say “headlight”, or just be an image of a shining headlight. Either way, it’s trying to tell you something, so listen.Get a Quote 1-Year | 12,000-Mile Warranty
Ooh, this is a hard question. Because it really boils down to two things: Do you like seeing the road? And do you like getting fix-it tickets?
Yeah. These aren’t hard questions here. Get your headlight bulb fixed asap. It’s an affordable service, so just get it done.
1-Year | 12,000-Mile Warranty