Question about 2004 Buick Regal
I pulled wiper fuse on inside fuse panel. There is no fuse for headlights inside. My low beams haven't worked so I know I have electrical issues. I need to charge battery to get to repair shop and don't want high beams to come back on.Is there another fuse under hood I can temporarily remove?
Remove the battery cables. Charge the battery. Reattach the cables. Start the car. Drive to repair shop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My low beam headlights do
Check out your fuse associate with the low beam headlight, secondly there is a relay fuse under fuse rely box under the hoos. Locate this box, and locate the relay fuse associated to the low beam. You can rotate the relay with another relay of the same spec to see if the low beam lights are coming on. I would believe that it is a fuse that is blown, check your owners manaual on the location of the fuse box. Usually it's located in the driver side kick panel.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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