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No Hi Beam on 93 Camry

Looks as tho someone has wired up additional spot lamps without a fuse and a short occurred burning wiring. I have removed all the additional wiring and put it back to (as original as i can find). The hi beams dont work - when u first turn on the headlights only park/side lights come on until you give the stork a flick to hi beam - then the normal low beam lights come on, if you place stork to hi beam all lights go out. All fuses and the one relay i can find appear ok?? Is there a wiring schematic anywhere for a 93 camry that shows the headlight circuit?

regards, jeff

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  • Bronco351 Sep 25, 2008

    Ok armed with a wiring diagram checked all wires in harness and found the connector under the steering collum had a coupla melted connectors, made sum jumper wires up with crimp connectors and problem fixed. didint have to pull off the steering wheel after all.

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The headlamp circuit is rather simple. From the 15 amp RH headlamp fuse, there is a red w/yellow trace that goes to the RH high beam. Out of the 15 amp LH headlamp fuse, the wire going to the LH Hi beam is solid red. Both of these wires should have power when the headlamp relay is energized. The wires from the Hi Beam bulbs going back to the switch should both be red w/black trace. The wire going from the headlamp relay to power the 2 15 amp fuses is white. The headlamp switch applies a ground to illuminate either the Lo Beams or the Hi Beams.

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Hi Jeff yes i have fog lights fitted but if i can get the standard or original wiring diagram of my model.

Posted on Jul 11, 2013

Ok, thanks 4 that - just made some checks ..... there is 6.5v on the R/H hi beam red w/yellow trace , and 7.9v on the red w/blk trace??, as soon as the R/H HI beam globe skt is removed the R/h LOW beam dims considerably. There is 12 V when u connect a meter btwn 12v pos (R w/Yellow) and neg grnd on the car but when u connect a negative jumper lead you lose 12 v on the R/H hi beam and the L/H hi beam lights up.
The R/H low beam is also a little dimmer than the right and last but not least when the lights are on low beam the L/H hi beam globe glows faintly?

Its all getting a bit much for a an internet fix i guess but was hopin for sum ideas, wondering if its all in the combination switch?

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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