Question about 2000 Daewoo Korando
Hi,i have tested the fuse and relay but still no dipped headlights the main beam is ok, any ideas thanks keith
SOURCE: Suzuki swift Headlight problem
Have you checked to see if this is a wiring problem or maybe a relay problem?
Recently my lights would work on side lights and not anything else and this was down to dodgy wiring and needed a new relay unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
SOURCE: A4 Dipped headlights not working
check fuse, Underneath your fuse panel cover you will see a map of what fuse is what, find the headlamp spot, pull out the fuse have a look at the space between the contacts, you should see a contact wire connecting both post to one another, if not or you see a partially melted wire, replace fuse prob from nearest service station ($2) have you been through any cold or overly wet days when this occurred? any bumps in the carpark? Also consider these elements to the effect it can have on your car, lamps are very sensitive and can be blown from even the touch of bare fingers, they heat to extreme temps, bumps and moisture can cause severe damage, but not usually at once. And finally you can go down the track of popping out the switch in the dash and checking its integrity, not much goes on behind the dash to cause damage so I'd say this would be the least likely.... as you mentioned the stalk prob I'll say this.. indicating stalks and alike are much more "high traffic" instruments due to their multiple use nature and are much more prone to fault. this dosen't cover everything, after checking its not the simpler issues, it just gets a little more complicated checking relays, ecu modules and so on.. I'd also suggest looking up on google or even looking at vwwatercooled.org.au I go there all the time, they are all supa VW / Audi fans and will love to help, just do a search for the same issue posted / answered before starting a whole new thread, not that they would really mind I guess ha ha good luck mate, check the fuses ;7) Chas
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
yes there is only one bulb but it has both high and low beam built into it you will have to take the bulb out and get a new one and when you put the new one in DONT TOUCH THE GLASS OF THE BULB
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, didn't think of the two-in-one bulb possibility."
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