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I have no low beams or DRL but if I put the wipers on my lows flash 02 Buick renzdevous help


This is a common issue. Under the hood on the drivers side, oped your fuse box. The Solid state relay tends to fail. I believe it's relay 46, labeled "HDM" make sure you replace it only with solid state relay.

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The solid state relay (Figure 124) switches the high current required for operation of the electric AIR pump. Input control to the solid state relay comes from the powertrain control module (PCM).
HM1 DTC P0412: CHECK B+ VOLTAGE TO SOLID STATE RELAY
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  • Key on, engine off.
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Sounds like you have a bad solid state fan relay.

Google search solid state fan relay for you vehicle and you will find all kinds of info on what to do. There are also videos on youtube. The relay should be behind/under the passenger headlight assembly and/ or the grill support. The videos and info will show you how to remove the headlamp and drill holes in the co support to gain access to the relay to test/repair.

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it either is a relay or solid state device
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Isuzu ascender 2004 ... headlights go off anytime they want ... sometimes for short periods of time and sometimes for days, all other lights work just fine including the high beams. what could be the...


Just solved this problem on our 2004 Isuzu Ascender. It was a bad relay located in the fuse/relay box which can be found inside the engine compartment. The relay is number 46 (HDM) on the diagram located on the inside cover of the fuse/relay box lid.

There are actually two of the same relays side by side in the fuse/relay box. To be sure this is the problem you can remove the relay from slot 45 and put in 46, the headlights should come on and stay on. Of course you will need to replace the relay which can be purchased and most GM/Chevy. The part number is: 15016745. I paid $52 for mine.

Oh, and be sure you use solid state relays only. The afore mentioned part number is a solid state relay.

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this problem is seldom caused by the fan sensor on the engine, the most common cause is a defective fan control solid state relay, the relay is located behind and below the left headlight, the headlight must be removed to access it, check also for melted wiring at the fan motor and the relay module, this is so common that it should have been recalled in my humble opinion.Below find a diagram of the location of the solid state relay controller.

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The Saturday before Easter I was doing last minute shopping,when i got in the car to leave my headlight wouldn't work.The parking lights and high beams work, I changed the bulbs that didn't work. I got in...


Try temporarily swapping #45 Cooling Fan relay and and #46 HDM relay in the under-hood fuse block, and see if the low beams come on.

The one originally in the HDM #46 socket is bad. That relay is actually is a solid state module, not a conventional relay, and will cost you anywhere from $25-45 at the dealer.

HDM = Headlight Driver Module

Also known as a solid-state relay, since instead of relay contacts and a coil, it uses a power switching transistor capable of running the headlights (and the fan clutch in #45) at less than 100% power, to provide daytime running lights, and control the fan clutch engagement for the engine cooling fan.

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Heather, the radiater fan relay is solid state, mounted behind the facia
on a bracket drivers side, right of left headlamp assembly, feed by fuse 24, 40 amp in the pdc, box, I'm assuming thats what your talking about, the coolant sensor signals the PCM ,when temp hits 212*F, tells the solid state relay to turn the fans on, check the ground for the fans, should be near the relay. if by chance you have no air lock in the cooling system, after the pump was replaced. Belt routing ok, was this done by experinced help. GOOD LUCK, RDJRP

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2000 Dodge Grand Caravan need to know where relay


the cooling fan relay is not in the fuse box.

it is a solid state relay bolted to the radiator core support just behind the bumper

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You will need to replace the flasher unit, I believe it is solid state, the old mechanical ones would just stop working, the new solid state one's do weird things like what you have going on.

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