2011 Buick Regal Headlamp Wiring
I purchased a Certified Used 2011 Buick Regal CXL less than a year ago. I didn't even make it off the lot, when the information panel said to check the passenger low beam headlamp. (So much for that impressive Buick inspection, lol) So, I did. The lamp was burnt out, and the dealership apologized and replaced the bulb. 3 months later, that same bulb burnt out. I was going to just replace the bulb myself, but noticed that the plastic casing was melted and basically crumbled in my hand. When I took my car to the dealership, they ended up replacing the wiring harness and bulb. Luckily it was covered under the warranty (this was a $600 problem). 3 months later, the driver side lamp goes out, and I get a "check stabilitrack" notification in the information system. Same thing. I go to replace the bulb only to see that the wires have been melted and the plastic casing is burnt and falling apart. Again, I take it to the dealership and they replace everything (I barely made the cut, as my warranty would've ran out in about 30 more miles). They said the stabilitrack notification was due to something with the tire sensor (another wiring issue).
While it was in the shop, they also did a routine oil change and tire rotation. It's been less than two weeks since I got my car back- and NOW the "check engine" light is on!! Am I missing something here???? My car is no longer under warranty so I have to assume that whatever issue magically appeared with my engine less than 2 weeks after it was released from the shop- will be a cost out of my pocket.
Has anyone had these issues???