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It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.
|Cars||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2004 Mercury Sable||$257||$187.18||$70.00||12%||$294.68|
|2013 Kia Sorento||$170||$100.48||$70.00||18%||$207.98|
|2012 Ram C/V||$192||$93.58||$98.00||21%||$244.08|
|2014 Acura MDX||$250||$180.39||$70.00||13%||$287.89|
|2011 Infiniti FX50||$90||$20.38||$70.00||29%||$127.88|
|2013 Porsche Panamera||$429||$330.77||$98.00||10%||$481.27|
The headlamp dimmer switch may be part of the turn signal switch or it can be mounted on the floor. This switch enables you to dim the headlamp beam from low to high or vice versa. A bad switch will not change the headlamp beam. Your headlamps being stuck on high beams can create a dangerous situation for oncoming drivers.
It should be noticeable when your headlamp dimmer switch stops working. If you find that your vehicle is unable to alternate between high and low beams, then you should schedule a service.
The headlamp dimmer switch allows you to select between your headlamp's high and low beams. When you pull the lever on your steering wheel column, the dimmer switch triggers the high beams, and either turns them on or turns them off. When the headlamp dimmer switch malfunctions, your headlights won’t be able to switch between high and low. You’ll either be stuck with only low beams, which can mean poor visibility, or you’ll be stuck with only high beams, which is hazardous to the drivers around you.