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18538624 indicators and high beam lights on dash cluster turn on and wont turn off. ...The high beam indicator light stay on my dash, I have a 2002 HD night train. ... wontwork and the blue indicator light wont light up when the switch is turned to high beams.. the lights ... remove install instrument cluster speedometer cable.
www.rx7club.com/.../cluster-gauge-lights-out-highbeams-dont-work-no-... Feb 17, 2012 - My gauge lights decided to go out one night and I can't find any reason why. ... are on works on my dashboard but the lights behind the gauges don't (speedometer/rpms/gas/temp) and my highbeams wont work. .... My foglights stay onwith the headlights. ... If that's the case someone hacked up some wiring.
Hooking up an OBD2 reader will tell you right away if the BCM is shot or BCM. Take it to advanced auto or O'Riley's they will hook up a an OBD2 reader and tell you. Sounds like a faculty PCM and BCM to me or just faulty PCM since you've replaced the Body Control Module already.
sounds like the headlight switch is defective and needs replacing,but you need to check to make sure the rod that the switch pushes against if make the full travel and not short as this will not allow the switch to change from low beam to high beam.if the rod is travelling the full length then the switch is no good.you should also hear a click when moving the arm to go from low to high if not then the switch is bad.by holding the lever at a certain position to get the high beams to work this also indicates a switch problem.
if you have to hold the switch so the high beams stay on then that indicates a bad/worn switch,you could have 2 problems the day time running light relay may have a problem with it.i would first replace the headlight switch at the base of the steering colume as by the info you supply its not changing to the high beam side without holding the switch in position.
My lights have had this problem for months. From time to time I try to fix it, but I have learned the following:
1. [EASY SOLUTION] After turning off the car and turning off the
headlights, when I pull the headlight switch back (toward me) and then
let go, the running lights turn off. [/EASY]
Extra information that I haven't figured out how to use yet:
2. Apparently the DRL bulbs operate through the high-beam bulbs; this
is why you get the high-beam light when the DRLs are broken (or
whatever) and why you can turn them off with the high-beam switch.
3. My wife took the car out for a fluid change once and said the
mechanic pointed at a light on the car and said, "that bulb's out," and
that if she fixed it the DRL's would work normally, but she forgot
which light it was. He even told her what bulb it needed. I took it
to the same place and no one knew what I was talking about.
I don't think about trying to fix this very often since I realized I
could turn the lights off with the high-beam switch. I used to worry
that that blinker was somehow draining the battery, but it never has
(whereas I once drained a brand new battery just by leaving the
interior light on all night). I hope I've helped!