Last post on Feb 23, 2013 at 10:53 AM
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GMC Envoy, GMC Envoy XUV, GMC Envoy XL, SUV
#69 of 77 Re: 2004 Envoy SLT Headlight Problem [amyjones929]
Dec 09, 2011 (7:25 pm)
I have the same problem with my 2005 Envoy XL SLT. How much is it going to cost to fix this problem?
#70 of 77 1999 Envoy LoBeam/DRL Replacement
Jan 10, 2012 (7:54 am)
Can anyone tell me how to remove the ballast that operates the low beam/drl lamp? It appears to me that the only way to get to the ballast is to remove the bumper cover; however, that seems a bit extreme to me.
#71 of 77 GMC Envoy headlight problems
Feb 24, 2012 (6:38 pm)
Right side headlight comes on momentarily when cold and goes out. Can I assume the only resolve is to dump the HID light and convert to concentional lights as per item #25.
#72 of 77 Re: lights dim when i use anything power [robbiejames]
Feb 28, 2012 (12:03 pm)
I'd have your dealer mechanic check out the windows power module. I have a 2007, when at 72K miles the window module melted, shutting off all the electronics in the car and left me stranded. Also the burnt plastic smell lasted for a month even after using an Ionizer to get rid of the odor. If your instrument are going dim when your using the power windows then a partial short is dragging down the voltage and your on your way to a bigger problem and getting stranded. A seriuos poroblem on the 5 volt logic line doe not have a fuse.
#73 of 77 Light/turn signal issue
Mar 18, 2012 (7:23 pm)
My problem with the lights on my 2002 Envoy is that when my lights are on, the left turn signal in the front wont work. when I turn the lights off, the turn signal works perfectly. Also the left lights are more dull than the right side. Any suggestions? I have changed the turn signal light, and checked the connections and all seem good and tight. The guy I bought it from is a mechanic and he has been unable to find it. He says he would need it longer to trouble shoot this. Thought if anyone had come across this issue I could help point him in the right direction. It won't pass inspection with this issue.
#75 of 77 gmc envoy xl front head lights
Jun 04, 2012 (7:14 pm)
i have a gmc envoy and my front head lights bulbs went out i paid for some more bulbs and put them in still they dont work. my high beams work and my fog lights work. but not my regular front lights. i bought a new switch for it and that didnt work. i tried to find the fuses and check them but all the fuses seem to be working. does anyone know what could be the problem
#76 of 77 Re: gmc envoy xl front head lights [grandfinalle]
Jun 14, 2012 (7:46 pm)
I have a 2004 and both low beams went out at the same time in 2006. Like you, replaced both bulbs and that didn't work. Took it back to the dealer and they fixed it for free. Just went looking for the paperwork (I usually keep all that stuff) but couldn't find the documentation stating what they replaced.
The low beams have worked fine ever since but now I have a new problem. Driver side low beam went out. Bought two new bulbs to replace both. When I pulled out the bulb on the side that went out, the connector to the bulb was discolored. Removed the bulb and discovered the connector was internally half-fried. Checked the working bulb on the passenger side and everything looked fine.
There's enough wire to replace the connector...but, what caused it to have a meltdown?
Probably not related but another electrical issue showed up this past winter. Remote lock/unlock would not work sporadically, mostly when it was really cold and/or wet. When the remote went out I also noticed the rear defroster and wiper didn't work either. Everything is working fine again in the warm weather but I need to fix the problem before next winter. Anyone know what it is?
#77 of 77 Hid Conversion kits
Feb 23, 2013 (10:53 am)
My 2000 GMC Envoy is experiencing HID headlight issues. Factory parts are way too spendy.
Anyone have any experience, success or failure on using "after market" HID conversion kits?
From what it looks like I can either use a 9006 or a D2S kit, with out having the actual bulbs in hand it's hard to know if both have a 1 inch diameter flange mounting with o-ring seal.