Chevrolet Cavalier Headlights
Common Problems of Chevrolet Cavalier Headlights
You simply can't drive your Chevrolet Cavalier at night without functional headlights. They're vital to your road safety, as you know, that's why Chevrolet Cavalier headlights are built tough. But despite that, problems may plague your headlights from time to time. Detailed below are the potential issues that you may encounter with your Chevrolet Cavalier headlights:
If your Chevrolet Cavalier headlights produce illumination that's weaker than usual, there's a very good chance that the headlights themselves aren't to blame. The problem may instead lie in your Cavalier's electrical system. The system may not be capable of handling multiple electrically powered features at the same time, thus not enough power is being supplied to your headlights. This isn't normal, of course-it basically means that you either have a faulty car battery or alternator. Your headlight will continue to produce weak illumination until either of those has been replaced.
When one of your Chevrolet Cavalier headlights flickers, check out its bulb. The bulb may be loose due to incorrect installation or something, hence the flickering. With that said, make sure that the bulb is properly affixed to the assembly. The flickering should be gone once the bulb has been securely attached.
If the issue persists, then the problem may lie in the wiring. Just like in the case of the bulb, the wiring may have loosened over time. This naturally hinders the flow of power towards the bulb. Fixing this should be very easy though. What can't be repaired is damaged wiring. You'd have to get a replacement if the wiring is significantly damaged.
This issue shouldn't be taken lightly since fogging can severely affect the illumination of your Chevrolet Cavalier headlights. Why did one of your headlights fog up anyway, you ask? The fogging occurred because there's an unsealed portion within the headlight assembly, thus allowing moisture to seep in. Of course, the fog can be wiped off the lens without problem. Just make sure that the assembly is properly sealed afterwards. If any cracks are present, you may have to replace the lens or the entire assembly to prevent fogging in the future.