We are in the process of trying to sell our 2011 GMC Acadia Denali with 100,000 miles on it to buy a new 2019 model Acadia. We went to get a safety and emissions inspection for the prospective buyers and they noted the drivers side daytime running lamp is not working. Upon troubleshooting, we found the headlight housing is melted to the point where the daylight running lamp socket is melted away and the bulb is just resting on the plastic. After replacing the bulb, it still doesn't work so I'm guessing the connector got so hot it melted internally and needs replaced as well. Upon further investigating, the drivers side is the same way however the bulb is still working for the time being. Through online research, this appears to be a very common problem. Has GM came up with any resolution to this safety/fire hazard? In order to fix this, I will have to remove and replace both headlight housings, the wire harness for the DRL, and switch over to LED bulbs which put off less heat.