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When I turn my HL from low to high my right HL goes out its not the HL

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The headlamps have thier own fuses for high low left right.
Also check the connecttor at the light.
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Why won't my lights work on my 1992 Isuzu Pickup??


its and old car, it a USA car, on this USA forum?
old cars fail and fail with increasing rates.,
LOWS fail, HIGHS fail but WHAT DO FLASH DO?
pull back on lever, is called FLASH do HIGHS work now???????
why not go to a local autoelectrics, or if in USA< (were are )
go to any ASE shop, they can find this. for sure.
like others, we are forced to guess, (kinda silly that) but we can do the tests you didnt do with your voltmeter,.
so replace the switch, or even find corroded connectors there.
hows this, it might be rusty fuses.... even in groups rusted.
blinks dead.
but are hazards dead???????????????
now head lamps dead.
Park lamps are good but not low beam lamps,(lows and highs)
lets work head lamps, 1 at a time, HL work keys in pocket
and are simple, and makes easy tests.
so what HL do you have, on USA pickup,
the 92 is not like 81.
the 92 uses hot all time head lights
that means the switches ground the head lamps to turn them on.
this is key fact 1. (to test things facts like this are first)

ok , i have your schematic on my screen, (mitchells)
so what color wires do what.?

there is a head light relay.
it has 2 red wires, that go to a 30amp fuse. F2
if the read 0v, at any time that looking ok fuse, is NOT GOOD
looks on fuses only matter if the LOOK blown, and are.
we test them. if savvy.
the relay red/white wires go to 12v, when HL is turned on.
the relay red-blue wire is controlled by the switch
if its 12v HL on the control is failed.
if 0v, HL on, the relay is bad.
lets say the red-blue wire is 12v HL on.
that means the LH switch red-blue wire is 12v HL on
if yes, the then the switch is bad, or the black ground wire to said switch is cut,rusty or bad.
if the wire is 0v, then the the Red-blue wire is cut open.

that is 1/2 the story, so far so good, but there is more.
lets say the red-white was hot, HL on.
at the relay.
that wire goes to fuse 9 and 10.
my guess is both are not bad,. nor both rusty.
but the same ground on the main HL switch
grounds both lamps. HL.
so if the ground seen here fails , the HL have no hope.
fixya photos sux,big time. but here is your HL drawing
my wild and useless guess, (i cant do this for you)
1: the grounds are bad , black, see in red below.
2; or that switch is bad, if 12vdc makes it to the 3 pins
on any headlight, 12vdc in , and 12vdc out says, the switch fails to

note how the flash lever, sends a new ground to the HL.


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Dec 01, 2016 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Low beams are really dim. High beams are super bright. What lamps would I need to make them more equal?


you can not make them equal . what would be purpose of having low and high beams if you could .

Jan 30, 2016 | 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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97 Jeep Wrangler 4 cyl. Turn signals, headlights, parking lights, tail and brake lights, and instrument panel are all out. Only interior light above brake pedal is working. Engine will start.


i think you ment IP cluster backlights dead not warning ligts
that is real the huge parking light structures.
a blown fuse. it is, why not test them ? first.

either cab fuse or the engine bay fuse box.
12vdc on both sides of fuse, is a good fuse, key on.
100% accurate test. no guessing. ever with voltmeter.
(rare exceptions a car with a ground fuse, very rare)
so lets do this the hard way, no fuse tests......

but hark the fsm is free. why not just look at the road map er, schematic, (wiring diagrams)
lets do HL , they are hot all the time, keys lost .

your car is a TJ so having a TJ book is spiffy , no? KEEN?
lets do that. TJ wiring
click TJ
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

now click wiring, following me?
posted this 100 times,., here.

my guess is parks are dead High beams good, right, ?????
yes then go to JUMP 1.
HL dead highs and low beam? parks out.(aka TAIL)
PDF page # 92
fuse PDC #17 blown? kills cluster dead too
JUMP1: parks dead.
had lamps is fuse #1, jb (page 134 pdf)
then PDC fuse 4 and 10 (lows and highs)

PDC is engine bay box.
JB is cab box.

so my guess (hard way)
fuse 10 and CB 24 was blown. kills high/low beams
Fues1 and 4 only parks. and cluster dimmer feed.

page 134 makes all this childs play with a meter.
volt meter.

Feb 22, 2015 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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Adjust bright lights on 2005 jeep liberty,dim are good


please post full symptoms on HL.
high beams not working right, got that.
but what is wrong?
dead, both sides
lows are not dim,that confuses me, dim means weak lamps.

my guess is high beams both sides are dead.

lets work that.
well if both failed, that hints to me the fuse blew,
but depends, on how its wired. on the newer jeeps its far more complex 2007 up. TIPM issues tuff.

2005 liberty why are most post on jeeps for this car,? odd. huh?
im the electric guy, that like gears more....

the 05 has 2 fuses, id bet both didnt fail.
JB fuse 26/27. (jb means junction box fuse box)

there are 3 jeeps, Canada, USA and export.
if in canada (you never said) they have wonderous, DRL there.
called Daytime Running Lamps. (makes head lights complex) and fun. LOL
i can guess any of that,
the BCM runs the head light relays.
we check fuse, sure good.
then we scan the BCM got head light errors. yah think?
that is correct, we scan first. in most cases the BCM will
tell you why its missing up.(what path)!!!!

the low beam relay works
the high does not, and both fuses will not blow so.
that means the relay is bad, or the BCM forgot to close it.
yes, BCM;s can messup
or the HL switch failed to tell the BCM you want HIGH.

does the flash high beams mode work (pull stalk to flash)?

recap. and 1 example of how to diagnose. (slow way)
  1. fuses good.?
  2. Scan tool scans shows no HL related or power errors.!!!
  3. HL switch works , BCM input good. for hi beams.
  4. BCM out goes to 0v, (good) High beam command is good)
  5. relay closes, 12vdc across coil good. (from above)
  6. relay out out dead 0v, input 12v ok, relay is bad.
the fast way is to check 5 first (middle of path is fastest)
or swap in a new relay if shop has no tools and simple voltmeter.
the relay costs more that the meter, so.....
if no DRL, then remove the DRL relay below and bingo yours.

this the DRL setup, go to alldata.com and read. its there.


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Feb 05, 2015 | 2005 Jeep Liberty

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Head lights dims out


old post day, Geo underdogs.
is engine running, seem yes, pretend yes...
high and low beams dim (means weak not low or high beams)
dim bulbs. all elements, left and right sides?
well first is battery voltage
use a $10 walfart DMM meter., (set to volts)
13.3. to 15vdc is the voltage running, on a hot engine rpm is 700+
RPM not 400. so, if all that is good, the ALTERNATOR IS doing its job, yes, the regulator is inside the alternators and changes voltage , by SENSING batteries needs, and sensing driver added loads, (accessories)
so if battery voltage is good, the what is it,
well that is easy head lamp failure
got DRL do you have the infamous, and pesky DRL daylight running lamps as the law requirements in CANADA,
next time say DRL or canada, ok?

if all lamps are dim on the HL,
the the ground to them are bad.
there are 4 bulbs , 2 high 2 low, all for dim is bad ground there.
the Headlamp relay sends 12vdc to all 4bulbs, and most read 12v or more.
the lamps are grounded by the HL combo switch on THIS car
the ground must be good to this switch 0v, HL onl.
or the ground is bad. a white/black wire called G200
if 12vdc is weak (low) to HL then the relay or wire to it are bad.
if the ground is not 0v, (no more than 0.5vdc) then the ground is bad. if the ground is good, then the HL switch is bad and if bad gets hot and smell... (melting plastic in side)
there is the full answer, sans DRL> (a longer story that)

Feb 24, 2014 | 1991 Geo Prizm

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I have a 1997 jeep grand cherokee laredo and my headlights stay on after shutting my jeep off,


head lights are designed to work , with no key near car.
its a safety feature. lights always must work. (all answers USA)
this car has many options and funny business with lamps.
like automatic HL sensors.
HL sw. auto, off , park low, see auto, bingo. that option.
on this car the HL switch is ONLY a digital input to the BCM.
body puter.
option 2, is DRL, daylight running lights, GOT DRL?
if you had a real FSM, you'd see all this STUFF.
i will not explain your system. in word, the FSM has 10 schematics on this complex system. (vastly complex to my simple wrangler)
the HL are both grounded
so the system applies 12v power to make them glow.
the 1st fail path is DRL, it can fail and turn them on. (unplug it?)
there is a head light relay that can stick on, or is commanded to do so.
i start there at the the relay.
im sure your relay is closed (enegized) full time. (wrong)
this is because it is bad (pull it see lamps go off , proof)
if pin C10-12 (85 coil) is low , not 12v, on the relay , it is being commanded to be enegized.
there are 3 things that can do that.
1: BCM, body computer sees you switch HL on.
2: automatic HL (dark outside) tune them on. (not key off)
3: DRL (not key off)
so if Auto HL module fails, it can in fact energize the HL relay.
unplug it.
if the DRL messes up, it too can energize the HL relay.
so unplug them all 1 by.
Auto HL module
DRL module
last BCM connector C2 pin 12, pulled, cuts the BCM.

any can fail.
oddly the DRL can mess up the low beams and high..





Nov 22, 2013 | Jeep Wrangler Cars & Trucks

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Emergency lights, brake lights and hight beams work but the tail lights and heads lights dont come on and work. What could be the problem


fuses, check all fuses. 1st.

this car has diffr. path for park/tail lamps (same path as cab lights)

just a switch (park) turns them on, NO RELAYS.

there is a high beam relay marked, dimmer. and

a HL relay (head light ,low beams)

both fuses can't blow on HL, lows. no way.? huh? but seen it with a berserk Alternator.

all answers USA< not canada or? with DRL. so... do post country. or Honda market code, KA is USA.

i always check the HL relay 1st. (lows)

HL are hot all the time. no key needed at any time (easy)

i always go to the mid point in the circuit. (saves 1/2 the work)

i go to the HL relay; 1 checks here.

1: power contractor pin, input, 12v all the time, if not fuse bad.

2: coil top pin, 12v all time ,same answer.

3: HL on, coil bottom 0v, if not the combo switch is bad.

4: HL on, contactor out 12v, if not and above ok, Relay is bad.

the book is here, you can see the HL in chapter ,23 .

if not usa or car has DLR?;, do say so, nobody ever does, but do.

http://hondatech.info/downloads/Auto/Manuals/Accord/

Nov 11, 2013 | 1995 Honda Accord

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On a 99 Olds Alero, in the return lines of the power steering hoses, which place does the high pressure hose attach to?


RETURN TURN LINE GOES TO THE LEFT OF RACK PINION AND HIGH PRESSURE HOSE GOES TO THE RIGHT OF RACK PINION.LOOKING AT POWER STEERING PUMP HIGH PRESSURE HOSE THICK HOSE SCREWS INTO POWER STEERING PUMP.WHILE LOW PRESSURE HOSE HAS A HOSE WITH A CLAMP THE LOW PRESSURE HOSE HOOKS TO TOP OF POWER STEERING PUMP.LOW PRESSURE DONT SCREW INTO POWER STEERING PUMP IT IS HELD IN PLACE BY A HOSE SMALL CLAMP.

Jun 24, 2011 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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My light problem is i have low beam on right side no low on left side i turn highs on and right side goes out and high on left turns on then when back to lows beams and i pull turn signal to flash high...


If you have separate bulbs for the low and high beams(4 light system), if you pull the turn signal and hold it, all 4 lights will stay on until you release the turn signal. You need to replace the bright bulb on the right side and the low bulb on the left side. If your headlights only have one bulb on each side, then you will have to replace both of them to get everything to work.

Jan 04, 2011 | 2000 Ford Mustang

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