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Right High Beam Inop, all other lights work properly

This is a 2006 Ram 3500 Quad-Dually with 115,000 miles. I just purchased it. Right high beam is inop. Changed all front bulbs and Right high beam is still inop. Traced the wire for continuity to the module on the other side. The wire is good. Is it a module problem ? All of the fuses seem good.

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    2006 dodge ram left low beam dont work and changed bulb is there a fuse for head lights

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    Right side headlamps failed - both high and low bulbs. - Bulbs look good - 2012 Ram pick up

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Might want to have the TIPM vehicle configuration reset. if that doesnt do it it probably needs a TIPM. these things seem to be pretty touchy

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I have a 2001 dodge ram 1500. does anyone know anything about the headlight wiring?I would like to know how it works. Currently , i know the violet wire is 12v constant and the vt/wht wire is ground when...


Well, where to start...
First there are 4 different headlamp systems available for 2001 Dodge Ram 1500.

> WITH Daytime Running Lights and WITH Quad Headlamps

> WITH Daytime Running Lights and WITHOUT Quad Headlamps

> WITHOUT Daytime Running Lights and WITH Quad Headlamps

> WITHOUT Daytime Running Lights and WITHOUT Quad Headlamps

So providing you with an EXACT flow chart of what happens depends on which system your truck is equipped with.

However, the general jist of it goes like this:

The Violet wire you mention is your power feed to the bulbs (high beam and low beam elements) from the headlamp fuse (HOT AT ALL TIMES). The dimmer switch basically determines which of the two headlamp elements is going to get grounded to complete the circuit. When the Violet/White wire gets grounded, that is low beam. When the Red/Orange wire gets grounded, that is high beam.

Just a little "Automotive Electrical Systems 101":

Your Headlamps work just like ALL automotive electrical circuits. The power goes from battery POSITIVE to battery NEGATIVE in order to complete the circuit. PERIOD! Every circuit on your vehicle is as simple as that. If you take a closer look at the wiring diagrams, you will see this.

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2004 Ram 3500. Passenger side headlght went out. I replaced the bulb and socket new. Have 12 volts to both positive terminals. Good ground. Have high beam, but no low beam.


Please try this steps:

  • First make sure the socket connector from the light is connected properly.
  • Secondly, make sure the wires from the socket is fixed and not loose.

If you have questions feel free to reply to this solution.

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I recently puchased blueish headlight bulbs for my 2006 Volvo S80. The original bulbs were 55W for both the low and high beams. i replaced the high beams with 100w blueish bulbs and they work fine. When...


i think im right in saying the low beam bulbs are twin filament(low and high beam in one)and the main/high beam are single filament(spotlights).

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I cant tell you off the top of my head, but the easiest way is as follows.

Turn on your low beams, with a test light or volt meter, find the wire that powers the low beams (it will lose power when you switch to high beam).
Once you have found that wire, wire the lights and relays as if the hot low beam wire is your "switch", it will supply the switch power source the 12v it needs to turn on the power to the lights.

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Left low beam is out on my 2006 dodge ram 1500 4.7 v8 the bulb isnt blown and the high beam works low beam does not


I'd still vote for the bulb being bad. The high and low beams use two different filaments, so unless the bulb is physically broken, it is common for the low beam to be bad whilst the high beam is good.

That's why you see some people driving around with their high beams on -- they don't want to get stopped for a 'light out' citation..

When you take the bulb out to replace it, be sure to look at how it is mounted before removing. You don't want to accidently adjust your headling out of kilter.

good luck

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