Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
The control side of headlamp control relay, terminals 2 and 1. Terminal 2 is voltage, terminal 1 is ground. With light control switch off, there should be no ground. You can check ground by using test light connected to battery voltage, touch the number one terminal, light control switch off, If the light comes on, the circuit is going to ground. Could be problem with wiring circuit or it might go to ground through the dimmer switch or light control switch. You could disconnect switches to try to narrow down the problem. I can only help with testing. You see the main fl fuse, if you pull that fuse, it should kill the system.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Headlight problem
There was a relay between the headlight selector switch and the dip/high beam stepper relay which was not on the circuit diagram.
Its a bit difficult to access and is right under the dash on the far left above the fuse panel (British right hand drive type).
The multi spade connector (5 terminals) had been intermittent and overheating for some time. I cut off the connector and soldered all connections to the relay.
The 240SE is back to its reliable self.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
SOURCE: park lights stay on
Look on the column up high. Subaru's (Legacy and Loyale have Parking/Standing lights. I hit mine without knowing it!!. A buddy figured it out. Silly me.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
If you have daytime running lights but when you turn on your regular headlight on they do not come on. Take the bottom of your steering column off (Two Small Screws) and look at the back of your turn/dimmer switch make sure that the light blue wire is connected. The wires will break off after years of raising and lowering your steering column.
Posted on Dec 21, 2011
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