Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
I've checked the passenger and drivers side. as of now I have 2 bulbs that work and only one headlamp that works. i'm getting power to the entire headlamp assembly - turn signals work, high beams work, running lights. I can't get the low beam to work. any thoughts? what do i check next?
Check the connector wire for continuity on the low end side with a good OHM meter. You probably have a broken wire connection but can't see it due to insulation. See if you have voltage on the low end side of the plug. No voltage, no light. Probe the wire and find where the current stops. Also make sure you don't have the ground reverse on the plug to the headlight. Before replacing it of course. Or you can cut all the wires and replace with a new connector.
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