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Show me where DRL fuse is


THERE NO SUCH FUSE
NOW ASKed 3 MORE TIMES(i delete the extra useless posts now one,so please add to just one post one problem here, click comments.

are you repairing your car. 99%dont
or your hubby or boy friend.
or what,
what are you asking,no real question posted.
besides non existant easter egg hunts, wasted
examples of questions:
can you guess?, ,sure,but why, 25 things possible.
can you show the schematic.? sure.
can you show, how to find the shop manual? sure posted 100 times here, ever like search
google mitchell DIY..... bingo.

can you show the specific meter checks ,sure
facts:
you cannot fix cars by guessing, sorry,
but is vastly more complex that you imagine.
should I post my 50 years, sparks experience in a text box, ?

my guess, no tool
no shop
no sparks skills.
no cash for tools, other wise most folks get the fixed,with the daunting task of learning tools
and electric rules

now my useless guess.
stats
the DRL module pins are fried, as all GEO'S do.
seen 100s.but fate wins,not guessing.
why own a Geo, ? LIKE THE YUGO OF CARS NOW.

Dec 29, 2016 | 1997 Geo Metro

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My 97 metro DRL headlights wont come on what causing this ?


DRL control module , maybe . Go to http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html free wiring diagrams . To find out what is causing the problem electrical testing needs to be done . Videos on youtube ,basic automotive electrical testing , how to read a wiring diagram , how to use a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter . Check B+ voltage to the DRL control module and the ground circuit as well .Also check pin #1 at the DRL control module , this is low beam signal circuit .

Dec 29, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Which fuse is for the daytime running lights for a 2005 Chevy Siverado?


The DRL 10-amp fuse in the underhood fuse block supplies battery positive voltage to the DRL relay switch contacts and relay coil. When the BCM energizes the DRL relay , the DRL receive voltage on the DRL supply voltage circuit.

Feb 01, 2016 | 2005 Chevrolet Silverado

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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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Location of daylight headlight relay for 1997 Geo metro with 1.3 liter motor


what country, lights vary by, you guessed it country
some of these have no relay at all.
if in canada, they have DRL, got DRL? that be #1 fact !!!
answering for NO DRL , i am.
DRL means Daylight running lamps (on all the time ,by law)

both dead,? and on low and high beams?, and dead when using the FLASH feature?, not posting these facts, makes diagnosis hard
and lots of wasted tests and labor.
if high beam works, its NOT the relay.
if only Flash works, that mode bypasses the relay
and is key to the solution.

did you check fuses first?
the metro is swift , mostly
lets look it up, in the FSM. G13
both lamps dead?
Suzuki uses hot all time headlights, via fuses. 12vdc hot .
then the combo switch grounds them
i posted the schematic many times here.
so will do that again.
here is the USA drawing, off a 97 swift ,(no DRL)
i do have both drawings.
location is the most hard thing to answer on all cars.
the answer is usually , the fuse box. did you look?
warning , i see team swift guys dont know about the way
the combo switch actually works. inside. see the 3 grounds used?
try try to hack the system not understanding these 3 grounds. and failed.
for sure using a $10 volt meter, we can fix any metro.
the hard thing to find is a full diagram of the cab fuse box.
the operators guide, shows. only fuse locations. not relay
that means only the FSM cover these facts.
SF413.




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did you look here first
under hood? its clearly marked, are those not the major relays, there.


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Oct 13, 2014 | 1997 Geo Metro

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No headlights on dim only work on bright


old post.(day)
low beams, they are.
both low beam lamps.dead but are PARK/tail dead too?. (a key fact needed here to save time finding cause)
there are more that one cause.
but fuses are first, some cars have 2 fuse.
one for highs and lows.
or for left and right.
they do that so at least some lights work and not all go out at once, on a dark rainy night on a country road (or cliff road)
GEO, the car brand GEO is sold mostly in USA and Canada
if in CANADA the law says its DRL lamps.
in canada they have a Drylight Running lamps and laws and have a unique controller for that (DRL module) and can fail and mess up lamps. so GOT DRL>?
on this car the fues box shows, left and right HL
the next question is does it run a relay.
answer,
DRL, the DRL module runs low beams totally so that be first.
and its DRL relay.
non DLR metro, works like this
im reading the online schematics for you, and so could you.
the no-DRL is brutally simple.
the fuse runs the lamps direct, means lamps hot all the time.
the park and head light switch, grounds the low beam wire feed.
no relays , magic , DRL just a simple switch, in the combo switch.
for you or others seaching Metro head lamps.
here is the schemo.
red/wht wire must be 0v on low beams if not switch bad.
if g200 is good, but g200 is used in highs so can NOT BE BAD.
as you can see the switch grounds the HL lines below.
to make the lamps GLOW,

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Mar 21, 2014 | 1995 Geo Metro

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DRL won't work in the daytime


check fuse to DRL lamp module check fuse auto lamp module.should see fuses locations in the owners manual.

Nov 19, 2013 | 2003 Lincoln Aviator

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Daylights not working


10A fuse 16 in the central junction box supplies power to the DRL module. 15A fuse 15 in the battery junction box (BJB) supplies power to the DRL relay. DRL module output passes through 15A fuse 12 in the BJB and 15A fuses 2 and 3 in the BJB and is applied to the headlights. If all fuses are OK, the problem may be in the DRL relay, the DRL module or associated wiring

Oct 07, 2012 | 2002 Ford Escape

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Daytime running lights not working


Assuming this is an LX, check 7.5A fuses 9 and 5 in the driver's underdash fuse/relay box. Fuse 9 applies power to the DRL indicator light in the gauge assembly which connects to the DRL control unit. Fuse 5 supplies power to the DRL control unit when the ignition is on. Also check 100A fuse 41 in the underhood fuse/relay box which supplies power to the headlight relays. Setting the headlight switch to HEAD causes the headlight relays to close and apply power through 20A fuses 45 and 43 in the underhood fuse/relay box to the low beams. Low beam power also passes through the DRL diode to close the high beam cut relay and prevent high beam use during DRL operation.

Sep 23, 2012 | 2002 Honda Accord

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