I don't think the make/model matters here, but just in case, I own a 2009 GMC Acadia. My driver-side, low-beam headlight went out yesterday. I bought a replacement H11 bulb and began replacing the bulb.
However, once I got in there, I realized that the small, grey, headlight connector was broken; the part that a headlight bulb normally connects to. Does anyone know if that is a standard, run-of-the-mill part that I can purchase... Or, better yet, do you think that a typical shop can replace this part?
I'm mainly hoping this isn't a super-specific, dealer-only type of repair.