My '06 Chevy Cobalt LT front passenger turn signal went out, and caused the interior and exterior running lights to stop working. Local Chevy dealer said I need to replace the entire headlight unit, I think it should just replace the wire harness.
Mechanic says headlight socket is corrodid, and the bulb is stuck inside the harness. Should I just replace the wire harness itself? Or do what Chevy wants me to do? I don't have a warranty, nor do I have a lot of money. I need a cheaper way of fixing this without causing more problems than I already have with this car. Please help! I am running out of options.
Tuesday, August 20th, 2019 AT 7:32 PM