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1993 toyota corolla head & tail lights

I have a 1993 toyota corolla and neither the low beam head lights or tail lights come on when I thurn the lights on but if I hit the high beam (on the turn signal) the high beams come on.

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Did you check the bulb,relay or fuse for low beam

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WERE IS THE FUSABLE LINK IN 1993 COROLLA?


I found this useful diagram at troubleshoot vehicle.com. It answers your question. Fuse box is located below steering column.
Driver Side Fuse Panel
(1993-1996 Toyota Corolla) December 21, 2013 Updated: December 21, 2013 Written by: Abraham Torres-Arredondo driver-side-fuse-box.gifIn the table below you'll find the fuse location and description of the fuses of the driver side under-dash fuse box on 1.6L and 1.8L 1993-1996 Toyota Corolla.
The fuse box is located on the driver side of the dash, below the steering column.
1993-1996 Toyota Corolla Driver Side Fuse Box Fuse Fuse Name Amps 1 Cigarette Lighter, Digital Clock, A/C System, A/T Shift Lock, Alarm, SRS Airbags 20 2 Tail, Parking & License Lights, Instrument Panel and Daytime Running Lights 15 3 Fuel Injection, Cooling Fans, Battery Discharge Light 10 4 Cruise Control System, Daytime Running Lights 10 5 Fuel Injection System 7.5 6 Stop Lights, Cruise Control, Shift Lock System, Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) System 15 7 Turn Signals, Emergency Flashers 10 8 Starting System, Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) System, Shift Lock System 15 9 Gauges, Reminder Lights, Back-up Lights, A/C System, Daytime Running Lights 10 10 Front and Rear Wiper/Washer System 20 driver-side-fuse-box.gif

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Low beam toyota corolla


There will be no adjustment for low beam as the headlight assy. adjusts for both beams. Adjust lights on high beam from a distance of about 3 ft(1meter) The center of the beam to be slightly below center height of the light and slightly to the left (AUS) or right (USA). Face the car to a wall at night is best.

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Both low beam lights dont work on my 2005 Toyota Corolla.; but my high beam lights do. I have already checked the fuses. Fuses okay. Is this a switch problem or should I check the bulbs first.


CHECK THE BULBS FIRST! TRY REPLACING WITH A NEA ONE ON ONE SIDE, AND TURN LIGHTS ON, IF YOUR LOW BEAM LITES UP, REPLACE THE OTHER ONE! IF NOT THERE COULD BE A WIRING PROBLEM TO THE LOW BEAMS

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I have a 1993 Honda Accord and the head lights won't turn on. I have changed the fuze and added new bulbs. what else can it be.


do you have low or high beams?

LOW BEAMS: When headlight switch is turned on the headlight relay is energized providing voltage through fuse 37 and 38 to the headlights and the low beams come on.

HIGH BEAMS : same thing as above thru fuses 37 & 38. When the dimmer is in high, the dimmer relay provides ground to the high beams, and the high beams come on.

1. pull your flash see if lights come on?
2. check fuse 15 if good
3. check fuses 37 & 38.

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2001 Toyota Corolla high beam lights are not


Your switch must be working since your indicator is telling you when the high beams are on, so my guess is that your bulbs are faulty. The high beam part. They probably burnt out one at a time, so you didn't notice until the second one went. Change your bulbs, and see if that solves it. If not, let me know.

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Tail light/dash lights out


You probably have a bare wire at the back of your car that is shorting out on the frame, or against another bare wire.

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Regular head lights do not work but high beam works


most likely it is indeed a fuse problem...they will be located under the steering column.

Mar 30, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Corolla

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Headlights on reg beam dont work - what to do


when you switch your signal arm push forward for hi beam pull back low beam if you have regular beam and both beams are present then most likely it is your head light hand switch!! if fuse was blown you would have no head lights at all,so i would start with the swich good place to begin!

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