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1991 honda civic si low beam lights

High beam lights come on very quickly. Low beam lights are very slow coming on and get slower as the tempature drops at 60 degrees it will take 15 minutes to light up at 30 degrees about 1/2 hour or longer. Side and tail lights take about half that time.

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Check if there is a light relay in the fuse box, that should be the problem.

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I have a 2006 civic SI. DRL indicator is on, driver side low and high beam ok. Passenger side low beam ok but DRL and hi beam not working. Any help is appreciated.


When either the high or low beam light is out in either side, DRL (daytime running lights) indicator will come on. When one bulb goes out, that's a clue the opposite bulb will burn out soon, so its best to replace both bulbs. If it was a fuse issue, both left and right side would be out. If driver side is OK but passenger side is not, then its a bulb issue. A 2006 Honda civic takes 9006 (HB4) low beam bulbs and 9005 (HB3) high beam bulbs. Cheapest is online from Walmart site-2-store. After procuring, wear latex, vinyl, or ANY gloves to keep your (corrosive) oil skin from coming in contact with headlight glass bulbs. Your skin oil will chemically react and cause shorter life span on glass bulbs. Instruction don't tell you this, so you handle with your hands, then need to replace bulbs 3 years later instead of 5 years (or more) in the future. With gloves on, pop the hood and look behind each headlight. Turn counter clockwise to unlock headlight bulb holders. Its a quarter to half turn to unlock bulb holder lock. Replace one bulb at a time so you don't confuse high beam from low beam. The wire has a tab you need to lift to pull out & disconnect wire connector. You might need a slim narrow-**** (NOT phillips) screwdriver to lift the tab; or use your house key. Snap the wire connector to the new bulb, then twist into headlight housing to secure bulb holders, then move on to the next bulb to repeat the procedure. Pict below, 9005 high beam is on the left, 9006 low beam is on the right. Handle by grasping the plastic base, not the glass bulbs. The raised potrusion on the bottom center is where the tab locks onto wire connector. Replace all 4 bulbs now, but in the future, its likely the low beam will wear out before the high beam. In the future, replace only the pair, not all 4. The factory installs inferior bulbs that go out sooner, hoping you'll take to dealership and they ******** you with higher parts-n-labor fees. As opposed to Walmart online site-2-store, it would cost you AT LEAST triple in parts & labor from dealership to replace all 4 headlight bulbs :-(
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Nov 29, 2013 | 2006 Honda Civic

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Low beams don't work on 1997 Honda Civic


If your high beams work and your low beams do not work... try changing the light bulbs first. The low beams can burn out and the high beams still work.

May 01, 2012 | 1997 Honda Civic

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I have a 94 Honda Civic EX, and the right low beam headlight does not work. The bulb was bad, and I replace it, but still didn't work. The high beam works, and I can hook the low beam connector to the...


there are fuses for each light, high and lo beam. the grounds are grounded at all times, I dont know what you mean by open seeking. its wired like every other car. Right low beam is fuse 21 Red/White wire should be hot if fuse is good. I dont know what you mean by hooking low beam connector to battery? check fuses.

Sep 09, 2011 | 1994 Honda Civic

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High beams work but not both low lights do not work?


assuming you have checked the low beam fuses and assuming the fog lights do not work then you either have an defective combo switch or an open between the switch and the headlamp low beam circuit

Sep 15, 2010 | 1994 Honda Civic

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2002 honda civic Day time running warning on change bulbs check


High beams dont go on at all? Does the DRL light dissapear when u turn on the headlights? Now, because your high beams dont work, it more likely means that you need to replace your bulbs. Because if it would be a problem in the car itself, only the DRL system would fail. Im 80% sure that changing your bulbs will solve the problem.

Apr 20, 2010 | 2002 Honda Civic

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How do I change the low beam bulb on a 2005 Honda Civic SI?


  1. Disconnect the 2P connector from the headlight.
  2. Turn the low beam bulb socket 45°counterclockwise to remove it from the headlight.
  3. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal.

Mar 22, 2010 | 2005 Honda Civic

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I have a 2001 honda civic my high beams will not come on in both


believe it or not, yes. I didn't believe it the first time ithappened to me on a customers vehicle.

Jun 18, 2009 | 2001 Honda Civic

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1997 Honda Civic my high beams just went out te low beams still work. i just cahnged the lights about 4 months ago and im uning sylvania silver


if both high beam lights wont work then it has got to be a problem with either the high beam switch or the relay

May 02, 2009 | 1997 Honda Civic

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Low beam headlights on 95 honda civic dx


Im just curious if you found a fix for this issue because I'm curently having the same problem with 98 civic?

Jan 19, 2009 | 1995 Honda Civic

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