Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
All of a sudden when I turned on my car, it started and the headlights turned on but the interior lights wouldn't turn on even when I flipped the switch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Low beam headlights don't work
I have e-mailed you 2 .pdf files, one is the complete headlamp diagram, and the other is the relay locations. Please advise if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Corolla Headlights
I have an 03 corolla and in 04 we had this same problem. It was really bad when the temps would dip very low(appeaered to be cold sensitive). I would jump-start the car and let it warm up and the problem would go away. The dealership replaced the module that worked with the sensor(the sensor for the auto headlights) and since then we have not had this problem. Also from my understanding there was a manufacturers release on this, but not a recall. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
COULD BE DEAD BATTERY OR FAULTY STARTER OR STARTER SOLENOID.MAKE SURE BATTERY CABLES CLEAN FREE FROM CORROSSION AND HAVE A TIGHT CONNECTION.
Posted on May 06, 2011
Your Corolla has daytime running lights (DRLs). A photocell determines whether it is day or night. Your DRLs turn on automatically in daytime without you operating the light control ("headlight") switch. Your DRLs are actually your headlights on low beam. At night, the photocell senses it is dark and disables the DRLs. When you set the light control ("headlight") switch to HEAD, the head relay closes and the headlights should turn on. Since they don't, I suggest opening the engine room junction block and checking the 40A MAIN fuse and the 10A LEFT HEAD (UPPER) and RIGHT HEAD (UPPER) fuses. In engine room relay block 5, check the 10A LH-LWR HEAD and RH-LWR HEAD fuses. Replace any blown fuses and the headlights should be working normally again
Posted on Sep 30, 2012
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