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My 2003 honda odyssey's headlight is not working but the high beam works. help pls

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  • kedward2 Sep 24, 2008

    My 98 Odyssey headlights work on high beams but no low beams . changed bulbs worked a little while now same thing . Fuses are good ???

  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    2005 odyssey front lights dont work. works on high beam. Fuses ok, bulbs ok. back lights and turn lights ok. cant find a relay for this is it built into the fuse box? anny suggestions?

  • BIGBANKBOB7 Dec 20, 2008

    WHERE ARE THE RELY LOCATED AT.

  • superniko_20 Jan 01, 2009

    headlights work on high beams,but not on low beams.fuses & bulbs ok

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    bnachos Jan 28, 2009

    2004 odyssey with intermitent headlight operation. Sometimes Day time running lights and full system works ok. Other times, high beams will go, and other one or both of the low beams will go.... where to look? DRL control module, DRL relay or low beam cut-off relay? Bulbs and fuses checked and replaced.....

  • williamfowle Mar 19, 2009

    Hi beams work, but when I dim, I have nothing.

  • sleepyf95 May 13, 2009

    I have a 2000 Honda CRV. My low beams quit on me the other morning too. Parking lights, and High beams both work, but not low. The fuses are good. It has been suggested I try the relay, but where is it????

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I have a similar problem with a 2002 oddyssey. All fuses intact. Was able to switch both relays as relays running other working systems in car were same. No change in problem. Changed bulbs. no change in problem. Found that if I fidgeted with the control stick I could get the DRL's on. I suggest changing the headlight control stick.

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  • Joseph Lydon Mar 14, 2010

    oh, first disconnect the DRL module, thenif that doesnet solve it....try above.

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Replace relays

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change the bulb for the low beam

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Change the bulb, the low beams can burn out while the high beams still function.

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