All of a sudden, my headlight won't turn on. The hi beams work only if you pull the lever towards the driver, not if you push the lever where the hi beams should stay on. I just replaced the headlight switch on the dash and it didn't work. Is there another part it coud be?
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Check your head light bulbs, your truck has the dual filiment headlight bulbs one per side which does both high beam and low beam, 9007 bulbs.
If the low beam filiments are burned out only the high beam will work.
Also look into finding out if the headlight switch is gone bad.
The headlight module and or drl module maybe defective.
Does the high beam work on `flash to pass' feature? That's when you pull the lever toward you to flash your high beams. If they light up while you pull your lever, it's probably a bad headlight connection at the switch on the dash,OR a bad headlight switch(very expensive if it has the delay feature,which most of them do. If your lghts DON'T brighten when you pull the lever toward you,it might just be bad bulbs......one goes out and you don't notice it, and then when the other goes out,you NOTICE it. don-ohio (:^)
you drive a ford truck and the most common problem with the lights are the multi function switch (turn singnal, high/low beam wipers) you can get one of theese from a local junk yard to save money this part at the dealer will run you about $150.00.
Hi, i have no idea if this will help you or not, but, on the 1997 grand cherokee, if you look at the headlight itself, look to the outer edge, over the top ontop of the headlight there is a white allen key hole, not sure on the size, this, basically is the up and down adjuster for the headlight, sorry if it doesn't help but i've just had to adjust mine, and thats where it is, the one towards the radiator is the in and out, it pushes or pulls the headlight offcentre
coulod be a bad headlight fuse or relay. it is also possible that your regular headlight filaments are burned out, but the high beams are still good, but it would be unlikely for them both to burn at the same time.