Question about 2004 Mazda 6
My battery warning light came on tonight while my headlights dimmed. Battery is ok, car starts repeatedly. Everything electrical works except for lo-beams. Fuses for lo-beams under hood ok, and switched lo-beam relay with foglight relay with no change. I installed new Sylvania H1 bulbs 2.5 months ago-could they be bad? Or could ther be another problem? Loose or bad ground somewhere?
It may have something to do with your headlights, but my first thought is they are just a symptom of another problem.
I'd check on the alternator. If the ALT fails, a good battery will keep the car running for quite a while. Sometimes the first symptoms are the dimming of the headlights. So:
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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