Okay, so I have a Toyota Corolla 2012 model and my right headlight stopped working. I went to the shop, bought a new light and replaced it and everything worked fine.
Later, my left headlight stopped working, so I bought a new one and it was fixed.
Now after 2 months, my right headlight has stopped working again.
So I am not sure, am I just buying low quality parts? or can this be a circuit problem from the inside? Don't want to keep on buying new lights and not get the real problem fixed.
This is for a 2011 Corolla S. When the light came on I followed the instruction as they appear as soon as you google MAINT REQD Toyota Corolla. However, that did not help as far as turning the light off by reseting Trip miles. Maybe the car needed that oil change asap even though there were 1k miles left until the next oil change.
Light was gone after I got the car from the shop where I did the oil change.