Question about 2006 Toyota Prius
When the lever is turned to the usual low beam "on" position, no lights. The high beams come on when the control lever is depressed.
On a 2008 Prius, If both High beams work but only one side has working low beams, then it is most likely a fuse. So before breaking your knuckles to change the bulb, check the fuse first. I found out the hard way as my mom distressed to me that her drivers side headlights were out. So without checking to see if low and high were working, I proceeded to remove and replace the bulb - ouch! There are 4 10 amp fuses that protect the circuits for low/high beam function. They are under the hood in the fuse box on the drivers side and they are marked on the box cover. Check them before changing the bulb.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
Just a guess, take a look at the engine room relay box and check the 15A H-LP LO fuses
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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