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My 2007 Honda CRV, only DRL lights working suddenly. Pull in stalk and high beams will come on until you release it. No low or no high beams in normal operating modes on switch.

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Look for a blown fuse or a head light relay under the hood that isn't operating. If the fuses are good and the relay checks good, then the switch itself has gone bad.

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What could be wrong with my car, the high beams suddenly stopped working and DRL appears in the dash ?


I think DRL stands for daytime running lights. Is there a relay you are over looking if not I suspect the switch

Dec 12, 2015 | 2007 Honda Accord Coupe

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Adjust bright lights on 2005 jeep liberty,dim are good


please post full symptoms on HL.
high beams not working right, got that.
but what is wrong?
dead, both sides
lows are not dim,that confuses me, dim means weak lamps.

my guess is high beams both sides are dead.

lets work that.
well if both failed, that hints to me the fuse blew,
but depends, on how its wired. on the newer jeeps its far more complex 2007 up. TIPM issues tuff.

2005 liberty why are most post on jeeps for this car,? odd. huh?
im the electric guy, that like gears more....

the 05 has 2 fuses, id bet both didnt fail.
JB fuse 26/27. (jb means junction box fuse box)

there are 3 jeeps, Canada, USA and export.
if in canada (you never said) they have wonderous, DRL there.
called Daytime Running Lamps. (makes head lights complex) and fun. LOL
i can guess any of that,
the BCM runs the head light relays.
we check fuse, sure good.
then we scan the BCM got head light errors. yah think?
that is correct, we scan first. in most cases the BCM will
tell you why its missing up.(what path)!!!!

the low beam relay works
the high does not, and both fuses will not blow so.
that means the relay is bad, or the BCM forgot to close it.
yes, BCM;s can messup
or the HL switch failed to tell the BCM you want HIGH.

does the flash high beams mode work (pull stalk to flash)?

recap. and 1 example of how to diagnose. (slow way)
  1. fuses good.?
  2. Scan tool scans shows no HL related or power errors.!!!
  3. HL switch works , BCM input good. for hi beams.
  4. BCM out goes to 0v, (good) High beam command is good)
  5. relay closes, 12vdc across coil good. (from above)
  6. relay out out dead 0v, input 12v ok, relay is bad.
the fast way is to check 5 first (middle of path is fastest)
or swap in a new relay if shop has no tools and simple voltmeter.
the relay costs more that the meter, so.....
if no DRL, then remove the DRL relay below and bingo yours.

this the DRL setup, go to alldata.com and read. its there.


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Feb 05, 2015 | 2005 Jeep Liberty

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Why don't my low beam lights come on? they work intermittently.


the low beam lights are switched by the stalk. power goes in the stalk and you switch it between the high beam and low beam from that. If it works intermittently it could be bad contacts in the light switch/stalk. Jon

Sep 11, 2014 | 2005 Honda Odyssey

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Both low beam headlamps quit working suddenly. High beams still working. Fuses look good, plus, low beam driver and low beam passenger are two separate fuses. Is there a hidden low-beam relay?


Headlamp relays are most always in the engine compartment in one of several power distribution boxes. It could be the dimmer switch, DRL module, or both bulbs. This happens because the lights are so bright, one low beam has burned out, and goes unnoticed until the other one burns out also.
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) use the low beam but at a reduced power, which shortens their working life. Hope this helps.

Aug 18, 2011 | Chevrolet TrailBlazer Cars & Trucks

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99 tahoe drl work, hi beams work low beams on both do not, hear so many possibilities bulbs and sockets seam ok, could it really be a ground or relay help !!!!!!


yes, it's a complicated circuit, so there are lots of possible reasons. The most likely problem is the DRL relay or the hi-lo/dimmer switch. Since you say the DRLs work, I would check the hi-lo beam switch to see if it has continuity between the tan and yellow wires when set to low beams.


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Aug 03, 2011 | 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe

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No head light high and low beam fuse is good


You have to check the headlight switch, and headlight relay, as these are the only two components that control both high and low beam headlights. You should hear a slight click from the control stalk switch as you turn it, and then you should hear a faint relay click from elsewhere a fraction of a second afterwards.

Also, if this is a car with daytime running lights, the Honda DRL modules are known to develop thermal cracks in the solder on their relays; this is an easy fix for anyone with simple electrical repair experience. This will often start as an intermittent problem and gradually worsen.

Followup with more detail if you check the above.

Jun 27, 2010 | 1995 Honda Accord

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What is the DRL warning light on the dashboard of my 2007 Honda CRV?


On my 2007 Honda CR-V The DRL code appeared on the dash board. Additionally I had only one high beam (on the passenger side); both low beams were fine, but I did not have a Daytime Running Light on the drivers side. The DRL code was really misleading because the real problem was that the high beam element in the headlight bulb was burned out. Note that the daytime running light is not a seperate bulb -- it is the high beam element which is powered at a low voltage. Once I replaced the head light bulb everything worked fine and the DRL code on the dash board was gone. So if the DRL message appears what you really need to do is replace the headlight bulb (there are YouTube videos which show how to do this - but search for headlight replacement, not for DRL fix). Be careful not to touch the new bulb with you hands since premature burnout can occur from the grease off your skin. I got my bulb from Wal-Mart for $8.88 (it's a 9003/HB2 for the 2007 CR-V) -- that's a pretty cheap fix.

Feb 27, 2010 | 2007 Honda CR-V

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Day time running light problem


The problem with the DRL issue describd in the above posts is the DRl module(it needs to be replaced). The buzzing relay and intermittent on/off of passenger side DRl are indicators that the module needs to be replaced.

Feb 14, 2009 | 2004 Honda Pilot

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Where is the module for the day time running lights on a dodge ram B 1500? 1996


Notes CIRCUIT OPERATION - CANADA
On Canadian vehicles, the low-beam headlamps operate when the ignition switch is in the RUN position and the headlamp switch is OFF.

When the ignition switch is in the START or RUN position, circuit A1 from fuse 15 in the Power Distribution Center (PDC) connects to circuit A21. Circuit A21 powers circuit F18 through fuse 19 in the fuse block. Circuit F18 feeds the Daytime Running Module (DRL) module.

Circuit L20 from the headlamp switch connects to DRL module. Circuit L20 is HOT at all times.

The DRL module receives the vehicle speed sensor input from circuit G7. Circuit G34 from the DRL module provides power for the high beam indicator lamp in the instrument cluster.

Circuit L4 powers the low beams of the headlamps. When the headlamp switch is OFF, the DRL module powers the low beams on circuit L4. When the headlamps are ON, the multi-function switch powers the low beams on circuit L4.

Circuit L3 feeds the high beams of the headlamps. When the operator flashes the headlamps with the stalk of the multi-function switch, the DRL module senses voltage on circuit L3. When it senses voltage on circuit L3, the DRL module stops supplying power to the low beams on circuit L4.

Circuit Z1 provides ground for the DRL module.

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DRL and High Beam do not work right on Honda Accord EX 1998


Some time back I found some data on a similar website suggesting that the Day Light Running circuit board, just under the steering column, developed cracks in some of the soldered joints. Your high beams should also be affected with loss of day light running lights.
Resoldering repaired the continuity of the circuits. Ours is now working quite reliably. Some of the defective areas developed slight brownish discoloration, that's how I was told to recognise the areas to be resoldered. Hope this will help you solve your problem.

May 24, 2008 | 1998 Honda Accord

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