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Headlight on 2003 Honda CR-V

I have no low beam, I have replace the bulds and the fuses, when I check with a muliti-meter I have power on low beam (at the conector) but the light will not come on. my 2003 CR-V lowbeam headlights are not working. I changed the bulbs to no avail. I also smelled a burning smell a few weeks ago, not exactly when I noticed the light problem, but somewhere around there.

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  • georgealexis Jan 09, 2009

    Yup I have the same problem with the lights need help!

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Did you check the ground side to see if the socket is grounded

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"If you have an '02 CR-V and your low beams aren't working, pull the covers off of the steering column and check the headlamp switch connector and its wiring harness. The CR-V of that model year used the same headlamp switch as '01-02 Civics, which was recalled by Honda in the Civic models but not in CR-Vs. A problem with the switch causes the red/white wire and its terminal to overheat and burn or melt the harness connector and the socket/pins on the switch. This causes the low beams to stop working, while the high beams continue to function.

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While the CR-V wasn't part of the recall, I've found the problem is exactly the same as with the Civic model and the parts kit works just the same. The only difference is that you have to pay for it, instead of having it repaired for free... "

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