WARNING: THE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT NECESSARY FOR AIR BAG DEPLOYMENT IS POWERED DIRECTLY FROM THE BATTERY. TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT AND POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY, THE BATTERY GROUND CABLE MUST BE DISCONNECTED PRIOR TO SERVICING OR REPLACING ANY AIR BAG SYSTEM COMPONENTS.
Disconnect the battery ground cable (14301) and wait one minute for the backup power supply to be depleted.
Remove the steering wheel (3600). Refer to Section 11-04 for the removal procedure.
Remove the four screws from the lower steering column shroud (3530).
Remove the ignition switch lock cylinder illumination lamp socket from the lower steering column shroud.
Remove the lower steering column shroud.
Remove the upper steering column shroud.
Disconnect the three multi-function switch electrical connectors.
Remove the multi-function switch screws.
Remove the multi-function switch electrical connectors and the multi-function switch (13K359).
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check low beam fuse when switched on if it has voltage registering across the fuse ,if there is voltage across the low beam RHS fuse then it is possibly a pinched wire from the headlight running back towards inside of the car
There could be a fuse for each low beam light either under the hood or under the dash. If not, then prob both low beams are bad.
If you have daytime run lights, the following may be of help.
There is a daytime running light module that controls both low beams and the daytime running lights. The low beam bulbs may be OK. The high beams will work fine as they are not controlled through the module.
It may be possible to disable the daytime run lights by cutting the yellow wire going into the module and then connecting it to ground. Tape off the other end. This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya
Headlights typically do not use fuses, but rather circuit breakers. That makes the lights function longer than fuses.
Have you checked to be sure that both low beams are not burned out? It is a common problem, if you do not notice the first light burned out.
If yours are a halogen style DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS with your fingers. Oils from your fingers will alter the glass, and it will burn out prematurely. No Touchie, and if so, clean with alcohol and swab. Costs less too, as bulbs last much longer.
I've been troubleshooting this same problem on a different vehicle this week, and I can give you the steps I'd take.
1. If both sides went out at the same time, the problem is *NOT* likely to be the bulbs.
2. Check the fuses to see if both low beam lights are on the same fuse. Many cars have one fuse for low beam and another for high beam, so both lights out at the same time typically means fuse blown.
3. If the headlights are OK and the fuses are OK, then the problem is *LIKELY* the headlight switch. In my case, AutoZone has one and it can be installed easily; but in your case, that may not be as simple.