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Mr2 1989, body part, protector retractable headlamp, where can I find it??

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98 cad deville headlights stay on headlight & twilight sentinel switch is off along with the ign. i'm stumped can you help. Ted


Did you check the high/ low beam headlamp relay ? Stuck contacts in side relay .Plus headlamp relay an DRL relay .All are located in the underhood relay center .
The headlamps are controlled by the body control module (PZM). The battery positive voltage (B+) is applied at all times through the HDLPS fuse at the switch side of the headlamp relay via CKT 340 (ORN).
Battery positive voltage (B+) is also applied at all times through the RADIO/PHONE fuse to the coil side of the high/low beam headlight relay via CKT 40 (ORN/BLK). Both relays are controlled by the PZM at separate output cavities.

When the headlamp switch is in the HEAD position, the instrument cluster headlamp switch input is grounded through CKT 10 (YEL) and the headlamp switch. The instrument cluster sends a request through the Class 2 serial data line to the BCM in order to active the low beam headlamps. The BCM supplies positive battery voltage (B +) to the coil side of the headlamp relay via CKT 352 (WHT). The coil receives ground through the headlamp switch via CKT 10 (YEL). The coil of the headlamp relay is then energized, closing the switch contacts. Battery positive voltage (B +) is then applied through the high/low beam headlamp relay via CKT 1346 (LT BLU) and the L HDLP LO fuse and R HDLP LO fuse via CKT 12 (TAN) to the left and the right low beam headlamps respectively.
This may sound pretty complex .
1
Was the Headlights System Check performed?
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YES - Go to Step 2
NO - Go to Headlight System Check
2
Are the park lamps also on?
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YES - Go to Step 3
NO - Go to Step 13
3
Connect a Scan Tool to the data link connector (DLC).
Inspect the IPC headlamp switch input.
Does the headlamp switch operate properly?
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YES - Go to Step 4
NO - Go to Step 10
4
Disconnect the instrument cluster (IPC) connector C3.
Do the headlamps and park lamps turn off?
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YES - Go to Step 5
NO - Go to Step 6
5
Replace the instrument cluster (IPC). Refer to Instrument Cluster Replacement in Instrument Panel, Gauges and Console.
Is the repair complete?
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Go to Headlight System Check
Is the repair complete?

6
Disconnect the body control module (PZM) connector C2.
Do the headlamps and park lamps turn off?
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Go to Step 7
Go to Step 8
7
Replace the body control module (PZM). Refer to Body Control Module Replacement in Body Control System.
Is the repair complete?
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Go to Headlight System Check
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Your best bet is to take it to the dealer .

Mar 18, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Headlights 2000 Chevy astro van dont work they come on some times but go right off i think theirs a ground loose or some thing new battery new alternator


I'd check the headlamp relay in the under hood fuse / relay box to start . The relay is energized by the BCM - body control module !
Voltage is available to the headlamp and panel dimmer switch at all times. When the headlamp and panel dimmer switch is activated, the two following actions occur via CKT 352 (WHT):
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A headlamp enable request is sent to the body control module (BCM)


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The headlamp relay is activated

The VE1 option is equipped with automatic headlamps, which is activated when the photo sensor detects dark conditions. A code will set if there is a fault in the photo sensor, or in the two CKT's between the photo sensor and the body control module (BCM).
The coil output of the headlamp relay travels through CKT 250 (BLK) and is grounded at G101.
When the headlamp relay is activated, power is supplied to both the LH and RH headlamp fuses through CKT 1346 (LT BLU).
LO and HI beam functions are activated/determined by the multi-function switch on the steering column.
The HI beam function must be enabled by the body control module (BCM).
The headlamp power travels through the multi-function switch at the steering column and is grounded through CKT 750 (BLK).
The flash-to-pass function is also activated by the multi-function switch on the steering column. It is powered by CKT 1840 (ORN) and enabled through the body control module (BCM) via CKT 307 (YEL).

Dec 27, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Why does my 1999 chevy malibu headlights turn on by them self in middle of night


You have a gremlin ! No , just kidding . No it's not the ignition switch ! The headlamps right an left have there own fuse in the under hood fuse box . LH HDLP - RH HDLP . Power direct to the head lamps an they ground through the headlamp switch when placed in high or low beams . Next time they come on wiggle the headlamp switch an see if they go out ! Does your vehicle have auto lights ? Day time running lamps ? The BCM - body control module controls Automatic lamp control !
Battery voltage is applied to the headlamp bulbs at all times. The headlamps are controlled by supplying the ground for the lamps through the turn/headlamp switch assembly or the body control module (BCM). When the turn/headlamp switch is in the ON position, the ground is supplied through CKT 150.
The BCM controls the daytime running lamps (DRL). The system allows the headlamps to operate at a reduced intensity under the following conditions:
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The engine is running.


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The transaxle is not in the PARK position.


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The normal headlamps are turned OFF.

The BCM activates the system by grounding CKT 592. This action energizes the DRL relay. This condition allows a reduced voltage to flow to the headlamps. When the headlamp switch is turned to ON, the headlamps operate normally.
The parking brake provides an input to the BCM. When the parking brake is engaged, the DRL remain disabled until the parking brake is disengaged.

May 30, 2015 | 1999 Chevrolet Malibu

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Headlights will not come on 02 s10


Have you checked fuses ? The Instrument panel fuse block , Fuse Block - I/P
LH of the I/P, near the door jamb switch - LF , fuse # 7 HDLPSW 10amp.
In the underhood fuse / relay box - Headlamp power relay , RT HDLP fuse 15amp LTHDLP fuse 15amp.
Battery positive voltage to the headlamp switch is supplied by the HDLP SW fuse in the IP fuse block. When the headlamp switch is in the HDLP position, the headlamp power relay coil is energized. A voltage signal is also sent to the body control module (BCM) signaling that the headlamp switch is activated. The headlamp power relay coil is grounded at G102. When the headlamp power relay is energized, the relay supplies battery voltage to the LT HDLP and RT HDLP fuses. Both low beam headlamps are grounded by the multifunction headlamp dimmer switch in the low beam position through the normally closed headlamp grounding relay in the body relay block to G200.
High Beams-Except ZR2 Battery positive voltage to the headlamp switch is supplied by the HDLP SW fuse in the IP fuse block. When the headlamp switch is in the HDLP position, the headlamp power relay coil is energized. A voltage signal is also sent to the body control module (BCM) signaling that the headlamp switch is activated. When the headlamp switch is in the AUTO or PARK position and the ambient light sensor detects darkness, the BCM produces a voltage signal that will also energize the headlamp power relay. The headlamp power relay coil is grounded at G102. When the headlamp power relay is energized, the relay supplies battery voltage to the LT HDLP and RT HDLP fuses. The RH high beam headlamp receives current directly from the RT HDLP fuse. When the headlamp switch is in the HDLP position, the BCM removes the ground path to the headlamp grounding and DRL relay coils. This allows current to flow to the LH high beam headlamp through the normally closed contacts of the DRL relay. Both high beam headlamps are grounded by the multifunction headlamp dimmer switch in the high beam position through the normally closed contacts in the headlamp grounding relay to G200. A ground signal is also sent to the BCM in order to confirm high beam operation.

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Mar 01, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Have 98 dodge ram 1500 headlamp switch is good but headlamps won't come on


I assume you checked the fuse/s. Go after the ground wires. One on each side mounted the the body. Also check, battery to body grounds.

Feb 12, 2015 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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Low beam headlamps sometimes do not come on. High beams work. Fuses good. Headlamp switch good. Had installed used combo turn-signal switch in steering column because it fried and the hazards and trun...


try taking a set of juumper cables use one side put one clamp on the alternator bracket and the other to the body. use the other side to ground the battery to the body see if this help sounds like it could be a ground problem

Aug 16, 2010 | 1997 GMC Suburban

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How do you change the headlight on a 2006 grand prix


  1. Raise the hood.
  2. Lift upward on the headlamp retainer (1).
  3. Pull the headlamp assembly outward enough to release the headlamp assembly from the upper fascia support.
  4. Position the headlamp assembly away from the vehicle body to access the electrical connector
    1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp assembly.
    2. Remove the headlamp assembly from the vehicle.
    3. Use caution handling halogen bulbs. Remove the headlamp bulb/socket from the headlamp, by turning counterclockwise. CAUTION: Refer to Halogen Bulb Caution in Service Precautions.
    4. Remove the headlamp bulb/socket from the headlamp assembly.450a6d8.gif

May 06, 2010 | 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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How do you replace the passenger side low beam on a Pontiac Grand Prix '07? I can't get to it from the back, so I'm wondering if there is a special tool to take off the front lens.


raise the hood. lift upward on the headlamp retainer(its a off white color tab right behind the lamp asm.in about the middle of lamp)pull the headlamp asm. outwardenough to release the headlamp asm from the upper fascia support.position the headlamp asm. away from the vehicle body to access the electrical connector. disconnect the electrical connector from headlamp asm.remove headlam asm. from vehicle. remove headlamp bulb /socket from the headlamp ,by turning counter clockwise. remove headlamp bulb/socket from the headlamp asm. install new bulb in socket and reverse procidure .

Feb 22, 2010 | 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP Sedan

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Replace brakelight in trunk of 300m


REMOVAL
NOTE: Some moisture accumulation inside a vented headlamp unit is normal. Moisture will vent from tubes or vents located on the back of the unit. This normal condition will appear as a fogging on the inside of the headlamp lens (similar to the fog that sometimes appears on the inside of the windshield). This moisture may be removed by activating the headlamps on high beam for 15 minutes.

If water droplets larger than 1 mm in size have accumulated on the inside of the headlamp lens, the headlamp unit should be replaced.


CONCORDE/300M
Release hood latch and open hood.
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative remote cable.
Remove the one bolt retaining the washer bottle filler neck and move aside.
Remove the two bolts retaining the speed control servo and move aside.
Remove fasteners to upper radiator crossmember:
Two jack screws on each side.
Three crossmember retaining bolts on each side.
Three push pin fasteners across top of grille.
Gently pry back grille and remove the two bolts to front crossmember. This will allow you to move the crossmember forward, pivoting at the radiator grille, to access the headlamp unit.
NOTE: Once the crossmember is loose, take care not to scratch the fenders.

Maneuver the headlamp unit to remove from behind fascia. Gentle prying of fascia may be needed to clear it enough to remove the headlamp unit.
Disconnect the lamp connectors and transfer lamps if replacing unit.
INTREPID
Release hood latch and open hood.
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove jackscrews attaching headlamp to body (Headlamp Housing – Intrepid).
Remove headlamp from body.
Disconnect wire connector from headlamp and parking, side marker, and turn signal lamps.
Remove headlamp housing from vehicle

Mar 26, 2009 | 2002 Chrysler 300M

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1991 pontiac firebird retractable headlamps will not open


Could be a loose or bad wire leading to the motor that flips the headlights, or thed motor could be going bad itself. checxk those out, and if its not one of those, it could be in your cars computer.

Jun 19, 2008 | 1991 Pontiac Firebird

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