Question about 2003 Mazda Mazda6
YOUR HEAD LIGHT SWITCH COULD BE BAD,HERE'S A LINK.http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/Duralast-Headlight-Switch/2003-Mazda-Mazda6/_/N-jkktdZ9ciaj?itemIdentifier=787069_0_0_5649 Here's a wiring diagram.http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f8037d9b4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Shannon, befor you dive in and replace the indicator switch I would suggest you check the flasher unit. To replace the indicator switch you will need to remove the steering wheel (this usually means using a puller) Don't forget to punch match marks on the steering wheel and the column which must be aligned when assembling. Remove the steering wheel center cover. then the covers on the steering column Removed the screws (usually four) holding the stalk switch. don't forget to disconnect the battery and the wiring connection to the stalk switch. After replacing the assembly is opposite.to dismantling. Regards John
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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Got pulled over by a sheriff couple of nights ago for this one ..... like me, it seems your "headlight dimmer control switch" has gone bad. You most likely may have highbeams but no low beam, marker, or tail lights unless you step on the brakes. If you go the Pep boys route it'll cost roughly $80. .... at least thats the quote for my 95 Grand Am, which is why I'll be checking out the area junk yard. They sell 'em for $5 ...... hope that helps. Ron J.
If your dash lights are not working check your fuse block, see owners manual, it is most likely that the fuse has blown. If it's blown then you need to replace it. (Usual cost for the fuse is under $2.00) If the fuse blows again then the short must be traced down and repaired. Start by checking the bulb sockets(see owners manual) then look in other locations were the wire might come in contact with , Look for frayed wire insulation and wrap with electrical tape. If the fuse is okay your problem is harder to solve. I'm experiencing the same problem with a '88 Ford Crown Victoria. All components are working properly. There's powe to the fuse but none to the lights. I've been working on a solution for 3 days. Tomorrow I'll run a bypass from the headlights to the parking lamps, through a 15 AMP fuse of course, as a quick fix. If you follow the previous answer and use a 2nd hand switch be advised that you may have to remoce the entire dash to access the switch to remove and replace it. Good luck
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