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Headlights won't turn on


Five most common possibilities:
1. The headlight bulbs are burned out
2. Blown fuse or fuses
3. Bad lighting relay
4. Bad light switch
5. Bad electrical connection; could be a bad ground, bad connection in a plug in the harness, bad connection to a switch or relay, wire worn through the insulation and causing fuse to blow

Feb 03, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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1994 explorer 4x4 relay


Hi, I hope your question is about identifying relays and fuses. If that is the case I will try to eplain: A relay will have more than two connections: it has two connections normally marked as +12V and -12V. if you pull the relay out and apply voltage on these terminals observing the correct polarities ( battery + to relay + and battery - to relay - ) you will here the relay click(if it is working) and if you place a meter on the other contacts (outputs) you should get a voltage reading, (depending on the relay diagram) which should go by disconnecting the battery. For brevity I have not gone into details on normally on and normally off but this explanation should be sufficient to identify a relay switch. Fuses on the other hand will have only two connections. Imagine cutting a wire into two and then joining the two wires by putting a conducting material in between. Thus a fuse is in series with the wiring. Fuses can be in different shapes but that characteristic of having only two connections will always hold true. I hope this helps.

Jan 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Can't get power to foglights on my 2003 Explorer


Power is applied to the fog lamp switch which is a separately controlled part of the main light switch. When the fog lamp switch is turned on, power is applied to the fog lamp relay in the battery junction box which closes to turn on the fog lamps IF 20A FUSE 19 and 15A FUSE 44 in the BJB are OK. Setting the multifunction switch to HI closes the high beam relay in the BJB, removing power from the fog lamps and directing it through 20A FUSE 46 in the BJB to the high beam lamps. In other words, you can have fog lamps or high beam lamps but not both at the same time

the multifunction switch is set to HI, the high beam relay in the battery junction box closes

Oct 20, 2014 | 2003 Ford Explorer

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I have a 2004 Chevy trailblazer no start no crank but if I put key on hot wire the starter it will start I replace new ignition switch and new starter relay b


Before you do any thing check for loose or bad connections. Also check you ground connection to engine. Check Fuses, relay and for a Fusible Link open circuit. Now let me explain what a Fusible Link does. They are short lengths of small gauge wire installed between the Battery and the Ignition Switch, or the Battery and the Fuse Panel. They'll melt and open the circuit before damage occurs in the rest of the circuit. I hope this was helpful you.

Aug 09, 2014 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Chevy Tahoe Intermittent No Crank


I will try to help, powell. Your start circuit from battery to ignition switch to starter-and back to battery. You may need to check every thing here, including the grounds, for a loose connection, or just possibly a failing part.
If only complaint is intermittent starter action, and no other problems with ignition switch, let's assume switch is good, so battery to ignition switch is good. Now from the switch, a yellow start wire goes to the instrument panel fuse block, to "crank" fuse #8 (10 amp), from there a purple wire goes to the safety switch. If manual it is a clutch pedal position switch (simple on/off switch-when clutch down switch is on). If automatic, purple wire goes to Transmission Range Switch on the transm.-in park or neutral the purple wire has continuity in and out of switch.
From that switch, the purple wire goes to the starter relay (under hood fuse-relay center). Now the relay: purple wire in start will energize the relay- wire goes to coil side of relay, and then coil side goes to ground. On relay power side, the power feed is a red wire-and it is the same red wire that initially sends power to the ignition switch. A 40 amp fuse in fuse-relay center sends power to ignition switch, and a splice goes to the starter relay as the power feed for relay. When relay is energized, contacts close, and power is sent from relay to the starter solenoid, again on a purple wire. When solenoid contacts close, starter motor is connected to the big battery cable on the starter.

There is your start circuit. try a new or different relay, try a new or test the clutch switch (or transm. range switch). Buy a $5 test light and use it to check where power is lost when starter won't operate. Hold key in start and check if fuse #8 is getting power. Check the safety switch, with key held in start, the purple wire should be hot. Check if relay has a power feed (pull relay out and check terminals) and if relay coil has a power signal in start. Check the relay's coil side ground. If that ground is intermittent, relay won't work.
When it won't start, use a test light, you should be able to find it.
Good luck.

Jan 10, 2014 | 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe

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I need a detailed instructions on how to connect a toogle switch to a fuceable link to a battery and to a halogin headlight bulb?


Ok there are 2 ways todo this ,, the first is the easiest but not the cleanest..

First ..
1.) connect 8 guage wire from postive battery terminal to (2 port fuse holder)..
2.) from each of the fuse in the holder connect to the positive lead of each bulb (which should be in the bulb holder and in the headlamps or fogs or whatever).
3.) connect negative to a bolt on cars body.. Lamps will come on..
4.) remove positive from battery terminal..
5.) connect to your spst switch (what ever kind of switch u are using.)
6.) mount switch inside car,
7.) connect wire from other lead of switch to battery terminal..(pos)
Switch the lamps on and off using the switch..

Second method..

you will need
2 4-pin relays
8 guage wire
tester

1.) remove connectors from both head lamps
2.) turn on head lamps and test to see which is positive on each
3.) bridge this wire to the Com on the relay .. (1 head lamp to 1 relay)
connect positve wire from battery termial to relay (each relay seperate wire)
connect negative wire from cars body to relay (each relay seperate wire)
4.) connect Out from relay to Positive on Halogen bulb
6.) connect negative from bulb to cars body

now the lamps will come on and off with the head lamp switch..

Alternatively you can connect the fuse holder to the battery, and connect a switch to that and then that to the positive in on the relay..

Sorry I dont have any diagrams didnt have the time to draw one,, answered this quickly this morning before work..

Sep 08, 2010 | Lincoln Mark VIII Cars & Trucks

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Headlamps inoperative daytime running lamps come on then go out jumped out headlamp switch ground circuit out still no headlamps.


It sounds like your DRL RELAY/Headlight relay. I had this happen with a 2000.

Please rate me if this helps You.

Here is some info that I hope is helpful to you.

This first part is how to disable the DRL
TOYOTA. From the Toyota technical service bulletin EL011-00 Web site for specific models determine where the module is; either the DRL relay or the body ECU, connector number, pin #. Oct 6,2000.

Avalon 1999 DRL relay D4 pin 1
Avalon 2000 body ECU B5 pin 6
Camry S/D 99* DRL relay D6 pin 23
Camry S/D 00* DRL relay D6 pin 10 *twilight sentinel
Camry Solara99/00* DRL relay D6 pin 23
Celica 2000* body ECU B6 pin 17
Corolla 99/00* DRL relay D3 pin 23
ECHO 2000 DRL relay D2 pin 12
4Runner 2000 DRL relay D8 pin 2
Land Cruiser 99/00 DRL relay D8 pin 2
MR2 Spyder 2000 DRL relay D2 pin 12
RAV4 99/00 DRL relay D17 pin 2
Sierra 99/00 DRL relay D4 pin 2
Tacoma 2000 DRL relay D8 pin 2
Tundra 2000 DRL relay D7 pin 2
-disconnect battery- Then remove the wire with pin attached and tape to the harness. (consider just cut and tape the wire) -check operation- [except the 2000 MY-Avalon, additionally you need to ground the wire at the module end of the cut wire]


And here is the Headlamp relay part number.

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Mar 19, 2010 | 1998 Toyota Corolla

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Can not put it into park. The gear shifter will operate between all gears but will not go into park. I have to start the truck in neutral. It will run in Reverse, D,D1, and D2. I have to park it with the...


Kevin - nice description of the problem - but not enough to be sure of the solution.... so this is a guess that the relay that the brake peddle operates is not energizing. Remember, when it did go into and out of Park, you had to press the brake peddle...that is the relay!!
You can check your fuse panel for a blown fuse (probably the one under the hood, not the dashboard fusebox). If no a blown fuse, possibly a broken wire or a rusted connection. Finally - a bad relay!
Hope this helps!!

Oct 09, 2009 | 2000 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cabs

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Buzzing fuel pump


sounds like the fuel pump relay is stuck on. find the relay and replace it. hope this helps mike

Jun 16, 2009 | Acura TL Cars & Trucks

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Fuse box


Wiring relays and connections – all modelsRelays (typical)

1 Vacant
2 Intake manifold preheating relay (carburettor models) or fuel
pump relay (injection models)
3 Seat belt warning system relay
4 Gearshift indicator control unit
5 Air conditioner relay
6 Dual tone horn relay
7 Relay for foglights and rear foglight
8 Relief relay for X contact
10 Intermittent wash/wipe relay
11 Rear window wiper relay
12 Turn signal flasher or trailer towing warning relay
13 Seat belt warning system (interlock) or rear window, driving
lights and oil pressure warning relay
14 Window lift or seat belt warning system relay
15 Headlight washer relay
16 Control unit for idling speed increase
17 Fuse for rear foglight
18 Control unit for coolant shortage indicator
19 Thermo fuse for window lifters
20 Switch unit for heated driver’s seat
21 Switch unit for heated passenger’s seat
22 Switch unit for overrun cut-off
23 Vacant
24 Vacant
Relays are symbolised as a number in a black box
Not all relays are fitted to all models
Connections
A Multi-pin connector (blue) for dash panel loom
B Multi-pin connector (red) for dash panel loom
C Multi-pin connector (yellow) for engine compartment loom left
D Multi-pin connector (white) for engine compartment loom right
E Multi-pin connector (black) for rear wiring loom
G Single connector
H Multi-pin connector (brown) for air conditioner or wiring loom
K Multi-pin connector (transparent) for seat belt warning system
loom
L Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (carburettor models) or
multi-pin connector (grey) for dual tone horn (injection models)
M Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and
dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (injection models)
N Single connector for separate fuse (manifold heater element)
P Single connector (terminal 30)
R Not in use
Fuse colours
Blue 5A
Green 30A
Red 10A
Yellow 20A

Jul 17, 2008 | 1987 Volkswagen Jetta

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