I have a 2000 Accent, my problem is as follows:
No daytime driving lights(does this car have them) because if it does, they don't work, when you turn on the park lights everything fine, as soon as you turn on the headlamps, you loose dash lights , marker lights and tail lights (the only thing you have is the headlamps). Could it be the relay for the driving lights causing the problem with the rest of the lights or is it the headlamp switch.
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Oct 17, 2006 - I wonder why Hyundai didn't put it on the US models? ... I wish my Tucson had daytime running lights. ... The DRL module on the Tucson in Canada basically puts 12 volts on ... #8 Postby Hermine » Wed Jun 20, 2007 5:39 pm.
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Apr 25, 2008 - Join Date: May 2007 ... Basically, I've noticed my DRL are no longer working. ... Does anyone know what does the DRL module looks like and where I could find it? ... 04 Daytime running lights, CaptAthlon, Hyundai Elantra, 9 ...
most models and makes will not have daytime running lights if the emergency brake is on.your brake may be off but the switch may be stuck or bad.check the emergency brake to may sure it is all the way off and then check the switch to make sure it is working properly.
The problem with HID lights is that they require 12 volts or more to work. Daytime running lights on require 6-9 volts from the module. So when the original lights are replaced, the daytime running lights will not supply enough voltage to the HID ballasts to turn them on. The result? No Daytime Running lights. Another alternative is to purchase LED strips and place them around your headlights with a fused accessory power from the ignition switch. When the car is on the strips light up and you have Daytime Running Lights!
follow the wires to the drl relay. It must be inline from the regular light switch to the headlamps. I have a 1990 Cadillac Deville that has an aftermarket module that controls the daytime running lamps, and it is mounted on the driver's side wheel well.
Some relays are found in the fuse box under the hood.
If your daytime running lamps burnt out, take it to an electrical shop and ask them to check it out.
If you buy an aftermarket daytime running lamp kit, they can install it for you.
But, I agree, you should check for voltage and function at the relay for the daytime running lamps on your Astro.
But, if all else fails, the electrical shop should be able to diagnose and repair this problem.
You can tell by looking at the headlight switch. Without daytime running lights, the switch only has 3 positions, "Off","park" and "headlights" with daytime there is a fourth position to use or not to use the daytime lights.
ok you said you have replace the bulbs, i believe you. your problem is still the bulbs, use type HS 905, both bulbs must be the same make and model, or else one will have the same problem your having. one of the two headlamp bulbs has blown, thats why the daytime running lamp is flashing.