Question about 2009 Toyota Avalon
Switching from regular to bright the lights remain regular although the indicator registers brights are on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The answer to your question is in your question. Yes, the lights have independant fuses for each side and hi and lo beams.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
That is a four headlight system, isn't it? First, I would try replacing at least one of the bulbs that don't work. It would be rare for both bulbs to fail at the same time, but it can happen.
The other possibilities would be a bad headlight relay (likely in a fuse box under the hood) or the on-off switch on the steering wheel column.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
I would go to an auto parts store and get one of those cheap ground detectors [looks like a little screwdriver with a bulb at one end and a wire withe an alligator clip on it].Test the wiring circuit by starting from the bulb and working toward the firewall until you find the issue [the point where the bulb lights up on the detector].
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
SOUNDS LIKE A RELAY PROBLEM.
AND YES THE LIGHTS SHUT OFF WHEN USING HIGH BEAMS
THAT IS NORMAL IN ANY VEHICLE.
CHECK FOR A HIGH BEAM RELAY THAT COULD BE THE ANSWER TO YOUR PROBLEM GOOD LUCK
Posted on Nov 01, 2013
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