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Low beams not working after new switch, swapping relays, new bulb


Well there is a fuse and a low beam relay. The relay is grounded by the dimmer switch and the lights are grounded at the light socket in the wiring. The relay is also powered by the ignition switch.
Do you have power at the relay and the low beam circuit at the light? I'm assuming you have a good ground at the light if the high beam circuit works.

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Hi Ryan, check the fuse to the low beam, if your not getting power to the relay it will never work, the fact that you have 3 new relays they can't all be duff

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Fludic verna headlight is very poor???chould i add cutout and use more 100/90 w bulb to get more light...which cutout brand is good


The standard lights are quite good enough if the reflectors and lens are really shiny and not partially rusted. Large bulbs run the risk of melting the plastic reflectors costing new head lights. Adjusting the head lights to correct beam height will also help. You can use relays in the system. Disconnect the wires to the back of the bulbs and attach then to the trigger pins of the relay (4 relays-2 high beam L+R and 2LBeam L+R). Run fused power wires from the battery to the power pin of the relay and out to the beam pin of the bulb. earth the bulbs as normal. The operation works like this You switch on the lights to low beam and the power from the switch energises the relay and drops in the contacts which allows power from the battery ,through the bulb low beam to earth. Switching to high beam energises the relay and allows power from the battery through the relay and out to the high beam part of the bulb through to earth. You have full 12 volts to the lights and reduced current through the light switch. 4 relays --1 each for each light low and 1 each for each light high. jump the wire from each beam position between relays of the same light so that they work off the one wire from the switch

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check relays and headlight globes. The dash icon is wired into the relay actuator circuit and is indication of a power circuit to the relay not that the high beam is working.

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Where are the Headlight relays on 2002 Renault clio


The headlamp circuit is rather simple. From the 15 amp RH headlamp fuse, there is a red w/yellow trace that goes to the RH high beam. Out of the 15 amp LH headlamp fuse, the wire going to the LH Hi beam is solid red. Both of these wires should have power when the headlamp relay is energized. The wires from the Hi Beam bulbs going back to the switch should both be red w/black trace. The wire going from the headlamp relay to power the 2 15 amp fuses is white. The headlamp switch applies a ground to illuminate either the Lo Beams or the Hi Beams.

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The high and low beam lights use the same power source, so if the low beams work the high beams have power.
There is a low and high beam relay controlled by the dimmer switch.
If the low beams work and the high beams don't, and the bulbs are good, check the dimmer switch and the high beam relay.

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I would start at the fuse or relay, typically there is a separate fuse/relay for low and high beams. If that checks out I would look at the light switch, also check to see that there is power at the socket and that the lights are properly grounded.

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it could be Bad dimmer switch .just check out the switch.

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