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How do you change the head lamp switch, mine smokes when lights are on.........I think is switch not sure

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Where is the headlight relay switch located on the 1990 geo metro


what makes you think it has one.? or is this a wild goose chase.
most 90s suzuki, any make have no relay. crude yes, but fact.

i just looked, bingo, no relay, so is just a waste of my time.
why not post symptoms (both dead, lows, highs and flash mode>?)
dim lamps. (there is a fuse for both sides)
and let me tell you how to find it in 5min works with a voltmeter.
instead of this guessing game.

ill guess , both head lamps dead.
the fuses are blown. or both head lamps bad, yes, that happens.
bad head light switch. or its connector loose
car is in canada (sure, location really does matter )
and has DRL and DRL is busted.
this car is really a Suzuki Swift.
in fact made side by side, with 99% same parts.

there are 2 real metro forums and the better swift
http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=36494&hilit=head+lamps+dead


there is no relay, sorry, but not. so wana fix it? or guess.
a $10 voltmeter, and bingo, no more guessing.
ask how to use one, its childs play.
really.

if one lamp is dead, swap lamps after checking fuses.
or look at the bulb with eyes, see those, tungsten filaments (edison)
if one is gone, it is.

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