Question about Holden Commodore
Previous owner has altered the wiring, need to know what coloured wires are for parkers/low beam, and high beam
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: low beams
hello i no you said you checked your fuse box go under your hood drivers side near your strut tower their problay is a second fuse box its black some times fuses is on the cover you have to unlock the side of cover lift off on inside of cover will list what is what sometimes left and right headlamps are seperate fuses goodluck
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
I have had the same problem with my 97 S10. I looked at the GM iring diagram and found that the headlight circuit runs directly through the main headlight switch with no fuse or relay at all. The high low beam switch cannot shut the circuit off completely and therefore make the clicking relay sound that is heard. The daytime running light module looks for a headlight on signal and therefore shuts off the running lights. So when the headlights cut on and off the clicking you hear is the day time running light relay, turning them on thinking you are shutting the headlight switch on and off. Inside the headlight switch itself is a thermal metallic circuit protector similar to whats inside a flasher switch. This is the only logical place for the headlight circuit to cut out since it is a directly wired circuit as explained before. Replace your headlight switch for less than 20 bucks from autozone.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
SOURCE: INOP low beam and high beams
The problem is the headlight switch itself - it's one of the most common failures on these cars. The part, brand-new, is about $158 from ECSTuning.com. Replacing it involves removing the airbag and steering wheel - not difficult but a little nerve-wracking due to the power of the airbag.
If this is something you want to tackle on your own, reply back here and I can give you a step-by-step on doing the work yourself. Or you can go to a shop/dealer and just have them do it. They'll probably charge you at least two hours' labor, even though it's a 40 minute job. Let me know what you would like to do.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
just remove all the connections as it could be malfunction in the switches and the wirings needs to be rechecked to make it proper.other option could be bad dimmer switch. You will need to replace the turn signal/ dimmer switch as an assembly.to replace you will need to disable the air bag, drop the column, pull the wheel
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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