Low beam lights dont work. fuse ok ,rear lights ok, high beam lights ok. looking for the relay since there is no power at fuse but I cant find any for the lights. Is it built into the fusebox and not accesable?
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Could be a contact, in the chain, not 100% in working order. It could lose contact by temperature, moisture or any other natural cause. Even contacts in a relay can be faulty and you should not rule out a relay what is clicking. Only measuring the resistance in the chain or the drop of voltage over a contact can bring you to the real cause.
Power Window Relay
Front Fog Lights*
ODS (Occupant Detection System)
Right Headlight High Beam
Left Headlight High Beam
Small Light (Interior)
Small Light (Exterior)
Right Headlight Low Beam
Left Headlight Low Beam
Main Headlight High Beam
Small Lights MAIN
Headlight Low Beam
Front Left Power Window
Rear Accessory Socket
Front Right Power Window
Accessory Power Socket on the Center Table*
Rear Right Power Window
Rear Left power window
ACC Key lock
Daytime Running Lights
* If equipped
Although not common I have seen both bulbs to be blown I would check that first. But to answer your question the relays are located in the underhood fuse/relay box located on the right rear side of the engine compartment. Also check the 10 amp fuses # 3 and 5 .They are for the high beams . Also this information is for the Ridgline RT. There are 4 submodels and this is assuming they are all the same since you did not provide me with the submodel.
Assuming this is an LX, check 7.5A fuses 9 and 5 in the driver's underdash fuse/relay box. Fuse 9 applies power to the DRL indicator light in the gauge assembly which connects to the DRL control unit. Fuse 5 supplies power to the DRL control unit when the ignition is on. Also check 100A fuse 41 in the underhood fuse/relay box which supplies power to the headlight relays. Setting the headlight switch to HEAD causes the headlight relays to close and apply power through 20A fuses 45 and 43 in the underhood fuse/relay box to the low beams. Low beam power also passes through the DRL diode to close the high beam cut relay and prevent high beam use during DRL operation.
On the van you have a high beam fuse and relay. On the low beam you also have a fuse and relay. Check the fuse/relay panel for a blown fuse controlling the low beam lights. If you do not find a blown fuse have some one to turn the key on and turn on the high beam lights> During this time locate the low beam headlight relay and place your finger on top of relay, have the other person to switch from high beam to low beam lights. You should feel a click in the relay when they make the switch from high to low beam. If not replace the relay and the problem should go away. Hope this will help you.
well your highs werk and you replace the lights and it still dont werk you migt wanna take to a mechanic i had that problem with my 2002 civic just replaced the lights and it werked there is a fuse in under the hood were the fuse box is at check there.