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Low beams headlights

Low beam headlights not working .checked all fuses,under the hood too changed the relays too .car is in real good shape. could it be a bad wire?

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Did you change thehead light?the lom beam lights are on all the time shorting there life.

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Hi! I had the same kinda problem. I changed the bulb itself.Good luck. T.

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I have no low beam headlights. already checked bulbs, fuses, relay and dimmer switch. can you help?


Before you replace the #46 HDM relay (in the fuse block under the hood) try exchanging it with the #45 cooling fan relay and see if your low beam lights work. If they do, the HDM relay (actually solid state module, not a relay) is bad.

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High beam headlight relay located


there is a fuse for that circuit in the fusebox lower dash if this is ok check that your getting power to the high beam wire at bulb holder if not the part of switch for high beam isn't working if are getting power check the bulb holders for warping etc as can get very hot and mishapen so that the bulb doesnt always sit on the contacts but if bothe lights out i'd think its a power supply problem

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Headlight relay traverse


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I changed the LOW BEAM RELAY ( a 4 prong relay ) in the fuse / relay box located under the hood on the passenger side. It didn't change the situation. Voltage was good at the relay terminals and I plugged the relay into another GM car and it worked fine. The NEXT place the voltage goes to is the LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS. The easier way to change them on a 2011 Traverse is to go through each wheel well - there is an access port behind the wheel well liner. YouTube has photos and videos on how to take this apart. Don't try to attack the problem from above in the engine compartment, the wheel well is the easier ( notice I said easier not easy ) way to go about it. BOTH of my Low Beam headlamps driver side and passenger side were burned out. I just bought the vehicle ( yeah...I know...who doesn't check the lights before buying a vehicle - right ? ) and at my wits end figured that it is such a pain in the rear to change the bulbs, that the lazy bastards that owned the vehicle just drove with one headlight and THEN the second one went out. If you can hear your low beam relay clicking ( you can feel it too if someone turns the headlights on with the key in the ignition turned to ON ) and you're getting 12 volts or higher at the relay terminals in both places ( the relay coil power and relay output terminals ) then the only thing next is the bulbs themselves. Thank God for small miracles. NOBODY likes an electrical / electronics problem.

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2007 Buick Lacrosse low beam headlights both went out at once. Doesn't appear to be the bulb. Also checked the fuses under the hood and those both appear OK too.


The relay under the hood may have gone out. We had the same problem on our 2007 Buick LaCrosse CX. The bulbs were fine, high beams worked, all turn signals and everything except the low beams turned on. Turns out the relay had gone bad.

Sep 07, 2010 | 2007 Buick LaCrosse CXL Sedan

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Headlights? both bulbs good,one headlight only or


You have 1 high beam relay and a lo beam relay located under the hood. You also have 4 fuses under the hood, 2 are for high beam 10 amp and 2 for the low beam 1 is a 20 amp and the other is a 15 amp fuse. Remove the top off the fuse/relay power distribution center and look inside the top. It will tell you the location for each fuse and relay. hope this will help you.

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High beams work but not the low beam lights


check relay!!!!!!!!!!!!!under hood in relay//fuse cluster,cheers

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My headlights on my 2000 monte carlo does not work


Day time running lights run low voltage to the high beam bulbs so it sounds to me like you need two new bulbs or you need to check the fuses and see if any need replaceing.

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No low beam only high beam


check the ground connection of the bulbs. check the light switch. the headlight relay is located under the dash or under the hood.

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Low beams stopped working


There maybe a headlight relay under the hood, most are in a protective box. There may be a fuse also under the hood. Ck the fuse if there is one and tap the relays with you low beams set to be on. Good Luck, Ned

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I checked fuse box under hood and found the right headlamp fuse was burnt. I changed fuse and everything works correct now.

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