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Headlights stay on in my 2006 suzuki

I have to pull the headlamp fuse to turn my headlights off. is my switch bad? or drl module? or wiring harness issue?

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Check the module as it controls everything

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You need to start by checking the fuse for your headlights (low beams). The DRL could be be bad, but I have not seen them go out very often.

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SOURCE: 2006 Toyota Camry....headlights will not come on;

there was a recall on the headlight switch up to 06 camrys,find out if your car is affected by calling Toyota with the chassis no,and month of build

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try a bigger amp fuse

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SOURCE: daytime running lights work but go out when I turn

If you have daytime running lights but when you turn on your regular headlight on they do not come on. Take the bottom of your steering column off (Two Small Screws) and look at the back of your turn/dimmer switch make sure that the light blue wire is connected. The wires will break off after years of raising and lowering your steering column.

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SOURCE: No low beam lights or DRL

the recall splice repair is where to start. the repair may be bad again. had a friend that had the same problem. told him to check the splice and try to get rid of the splice block. he did and the lights worked fine.

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Which fuse is for the headlights in a 2000 ford expedition


  1. Visually inspect for the following obvious signs of mechanical and electrical damage.

    Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
    • Headlamp switch
    • Multifunction switch
    • Battery junction box (BJB) Fuse 3 (30A)
    • Central junction box (CJB) Fuse:
      • 5 (10A)
      • 16 (20A)
      • 26 (10A)
      • 28 (10A)
    • Wiring harness
    • Loose or corroded connections
    • Headlamp relay (if equipped)
    • DRL relay #2 (if equipped)
    • DRL jumper (if equipped)
    • RAP module (if equipped)
    • Light sensor amplifier (if equipped)
    • Headlamp bulb
    Which are out ? both hi an low , just one ?

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01 expedition headlights stuck on


Low beam ? high beam ? DRL - daytime running lamps ?
  • The headlamps are on continuously
  • Headlamp switch.
  • Circuitry.
  • Multifunction switch.
  • DRL relay 2 (if equipped).
  • DRL jumper (if equipped).
  • Headlamp relay (if equipped).
  • RAP module (if equipped).
  • Light sensor amplifier (if equipped).
  • GO to Pinpoint Test F .

F1 CHECK THE HIGH BEAM CIRCUIT FOR SHORT TO POWER
Pull CJB Fuse 16 (20A) - central junction box ,inside the vehicle ! Ignition on !
  • Do the headlamps continue to illuminate?
  • Yes GO to F2 .
    No - REINSTALL the fuse.GO to F12 .
  • F2 CHECK CIRCUIT 12 (LG/BK), 160 (DB/WH), AND 161 (DG/OG) FOR SHORT TO POWER
  • pull fuse's CJB Fuse 21 (10A) , CJB Fuse 22 (10A)
  • Do the headlamps continue to illuminate?
  • Yes - REPAIR circuit 12 (LG/BK), 161 (DG/OG), or 160 (DB/WH) as necessary. TEST the system for normal operation.

    No - REINSTALL the fuses. If equipped with daytime running lamps (DRL), GO to F3 .

    If not equipped with DRL, GO to F6 .

  • YOU CAN FIND WIRING DIAGRAM AT
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html Do you know how to use a wiring diagram ? Videos on youtube .

F3 CHECK CIRCUIT 13 (RD/BK) FOR SHORT TO POWER
do you know how to do this test ?

pull the
DRL Relay 2

  • Do the headlamps continue to illuminate?
Yes REPAIR circuit 13 (RD/BK). TEST the system for normal operation.

No GO to F4 .


  • Do the headlamps continue to illuminate?
Yes REPAIR circuit 13 (RD/BK). TEST the system for normal operation.

No GO to F4 . F4 CHECK THE DRL RELAY 2 Carry out the relay test for the DRL relay 2; refer to Wiring Diagrams, Cell 149, Component Testing.
  • Is the relay OK?
Yes GO to F5 .

No INSTALL a new DRL relay 2. TEST the system for normal operation. F5 CHECK CIRCUIT 1032 (WH/BK) FOR SHORT TO POWER Measure the voltage between DRL relay 2 pin 2, circuit 1032 (WH/BK), harness side, and ground.
  • Is voltage present?
Yes REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.

No GO to F6 . F6 CHECK CIRCUIT 1033 (RD/YE) FOR SHORT TO POWER
Multifunction Switch C259
Measure the voltage between multifunction switch C259 pin 507, circuit 1033 (RD/YE), harness side, and ground.
  • Is voltage present?
Yes If equipped with DRL, REPAIR circuit 1033 (RD/YE). If without DRL, REPAIR circuit 13 (RD/BK), circuit 1033 (RD/YE), or DRL jumper as necessary. TEST the system for normal operation.

No If equipped with autolamps, GO to F7 . If without auto lamps, GO to F11 . F7 CHECK THE HEADLAMP RELAY Carry out the relay test for the headlamp relay; refer to Wiring Diagrams, Cell 149, Component Testing.
  • Is the relay OK?
Yes GO to F8 .

No INSTALL a new headlamp relay. TEST the system for normal operation. F8 CHECK CIRCUIT 7 (LG/YE) FOR SHORT TO POWER
Light Sensor Amplifier C216

Rap Module C257

Park Lamp Relay
Measure the voltage between headlamp relay pin 2, circuit 7 (LG/YE), harness side, and ground.
  • Is voltage present?
Yes REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.

No GO to F9 . F9 CHECK THE HEADLAMPS FOR ILLUMINATION Check the headlamps for illumination.
  • Are the headlamps illuminated?
Yes GO to F10 .

No CHECK the headlamps while reconnecting the RAP module and light sensor amplifier. INSTALL a new RAP module or light sensor amplifier as necessary. TEST the system for normal operation. F10 CHECK CIRCUIT 15 (RD/YE) FOR SHORT TO POWER Measure the voltage between multifunction switch C259 pin 15, circuit 15 (RD/YE), harness side, and ground.
  • Is voltage present?
Yes REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.

No GO to F11 . F11 CHECK THE MULTIFUNCTION SWITCH Carry out the multifunction switch component test; refer to Wiring Diagrams, Cell 149, Component Testing.
  • Is the multifunction switch OK?
Yes INSTALL a new headlamp switch; REFER to Lamp Switch-Headlamp . TEST the system for normal operation.

No INSTALL a new multifunction switch; REFER to Section 211-05 . TEST the system for normal operation. F12 CHECK CIRCUIT 632 (GY/OG) FOR SHORT TO POWER
Multifunction Switch C259
Measure the voltage between multifunction switch C259 pin 12, circuit 632 (GY/OG), harness side, and ground.
  • Is voltage present?
Yes REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation.

No INSTALL a new multifunction switch; REFER to Section 211-05 . TEST the system for normal operation.

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Headlights wont turn off


I had this same thing happen on my 2005 Forenza. All of a sudden my battery was dead. When I got it jumpstarted the headlights came on bright and would not switch to dim. They also would not turn off with the switch or any other means other than pulling the fuse under the hood. Carried it to the Suzuki dealership and found out that my car had never had the headlight harness recall fix, and there were several other recalls on them for waterpumps and something else that they fixed while I was there. If you have a Suzuki Forenza you may have a recall outstanding. But I don't know if they are even still honoring repairs now that they are out of the auto business. It's worth a check by calling the nearest Suzuki dealership.

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The daytime running lamps in your 2001 Chevrolet Impala are controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM) Here is a description of how the system works:

The ambient light sensor is a light-sensitive transistor that varies its voltage signal to the Body Control Module (BCM) in response to changes in the outside (ambient) light level. When the BCM receives this signal, the BCM turns ON either the DRL or the headlamp relay for auto headlamp operation. Any function or condition that turns ON the headlamps will cancel the DRL operation.
Thirty seconds after you start the ignition with the headlamp switch set in the OFF position, the DRL will perform one of two actions:

Illuminate the high beam headlights at a reduced intensity in daylight conditions
Illuminate the low beam headlights in low light conditions
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The high beam headlamps are now in series, and split the voltage so that the headlamps illuminate at halt intensity. The DRL operates when the ignition switch is in the RUN position, and the parking brake is not set or the transmission is not in park. When these conditions have been met and the ambient light sensor indicates daytime conditions, the DRL will illuminate.

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The Module for the DRL is most likely bad, the DRL Module is squarish in shape and Black in color and would be located in the fuse area or in the engine compartment. Just pull it straight out and purchase another one and re-install. Buying new low-beam lights will not solve the problem, because if your low-beams work when you turn on your headlights than it is not your bulbs. The DRL Module uses your low beam lights, but at a lower intensity than when it is normally on, so if your low beams work when you turn on the headlight switch than your DRL Module is bad.

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Headlights do not turn on at the light switch.


manual headlamps

Visual Inspection Chart
Mechanical Electrical
  • Headlamp switch
  • Multifunction switch
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
    • 7 (30A)
    • 30 (15A)
    • 46 (10A)
    • 47 (10A)
  • Circuitry
  • Headlamp bulbs
  • Daytime running lamp (DRL) relay No.1


Autolamps

Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Headlamp switch
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuses:
    • 19 (5A)
    • 56 (30A)
  • Circuitry
  • Headlamp bulb
  • Daytime running lamps (DRL) full relay No.1 (if equipped)
  • Vehicle security module
  • Photocell


If autolamp system, Vehicle security module has a headlamp rela inside of it. under left side of dash.

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Does the truck have daytime driving lights ? Sounds like a short , maybe the switch inside the steering column . Turn signal , wiper , headlamp dimmer ,or multifuction switch . Without testing this is just a guess . Find a wiring diagram at http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html there free , get yourself a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter an test the B+ volt into an out of the switch . moving dimmer from low to high an turning on the turn signals etc.... Suggest you watch a few videos on youtube for automotive electrical testing , how to use a wiring diagram etc.... disconnect circuits at the mutifunction switch .

Measure the resistance between multifunction switch C202a pin 44, circuit 44 (LB), harness side, and electronic flasher connector pin 1, circuit 44 (LB), harness side; and between multifunction switch C202a pin 44, circuit 44 (LB), harness side, and ground.
  • Is the resistance less than 5 ohms between the multifunction switch and the electronic flasher, and greater than 10,000 ohms between the multifunction switch and ground?

Carry out the multifunction switch component test; Refer to Wiring Diagrams Cell 149 for schematic and connector information.
.

  • Is the multifunction switch OK?
Yes INSTALL a new electronic flasher. TEST the system for normal operation.

No INSTALL a new multifunction switch; REFER to Section 211-05 . TEST the system for normal operation.
Testing the electrical circuits of all the system not functioning properly is how you go about finding the problem .

  1. Visually inspect the following for obvious signs of mechanical and electrical damage.

    Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
    • Headlamp switch
    • Multifunction switch
    • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 3 (30A)
    • Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
      • 5 (15A)
      • 16 (20A)
      • 26 (10A)
      • 28 (10A)
    • Wiring harness
    • Loose or corroded connections
    • Headlamp relay (if equipped)
    • DRL relay No. 2 (if equipped)
    • DRL jumper (if equipped)
    • RAP module (if equipped)
    • Central security module (if equipped)
    • Light sensor amplifier (if equipped)
    • Headlamp bulb
  1. If the concern is not visually evident, determine the symptom and proceed to the Symptom Chart.

Symptom Chart
NOTE: Refer to the Wiring Diagrams for connector numbers stated in the pinpoint test.
Symptom Chart Condition Possible Sources Action
  • Both headlamps are inoperative
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 3 (30A).
  • Headlamp switch.
  • Circuitry.
  • Multifunction switch.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test A .
  • The low beams are inoperative
  • Central junction box (CJB).
  • Circuitry.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test B .
  • The high beams are inoperative
  • CJB fuse 16 (20A).
  • Circuitry.
  • CJB.
  • Multifunction switch.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test C .
  • One low beam headlamp is inoperative
  • CJB fuses:
    • 28 (10A) (LH).
    • 26 (10A) (RH).
  • Headlamp bulb.
  • Circuitry.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test D .
  • One high beam headlamp is inoperative
  • Headlamp bulb.
  • Circuitry.
  • GO to Pinpoint Test E .
  • The headlamps are on continuously
  • Headlamp switch.
  • Circuitry.
  • Multifunction switch.
  • Daytime running lamp (DRL) relay No. 2 (if equipped).
  • DRL jumper (if equipped).
  • Headlamp relay (if equipped).
  • Remote anti-theft personality (RAP) module (if equipped).
  • Central security module (if equipped)
  • Light sensor amplifier (if equipped).
  • GO to Pinpoint Test F .
  • The high and low beam headlamp is inoperative on one side
  • Circuitry.
  • REPAIR circuit 57 (BK). TEST the system for normal operation.
  • The flash-to-pass feature is inoperative
  • Multifunction switch.
  • CHECK circuit 196 (DB/OG) for an open. REPAIR if necessary. If OK, INSTALL a new multifunction switch; REFER to Section 211-05 . TEST the system for normal operation.

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