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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
Could be the relay for the lowbeams is faulty, if your DRL's are your lowbeams, then your DRL Unit could be bad. Also did you blow a fuse cuz a random surge could blow the fuse
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
I don't know if it will be very helpful (maybe not if both low beams went at the same time), but the fuses for your low beams are in your under hood fuse box: fuse number 1 (10A) left headlight low, and fuse number 6 (10A) right headlight low. Maybe it's not likely that they would both go at once, but I would check them.
Then, of course, it could be the bulbs.
Last, if not one of the former, then it becomes a matter of having relays and switches checked (not something you really want to do yourself).
Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
The procedure doesn't call for removing the headlight assembly. It is as follows:
The high beam headlight bulb and the low beam headlight bulb are replaced the same way.
Open the hood. To change the high beam headlight bulb on the passenger’s side, remove the power steering fluid reservoir from its holder by pulling it straight up.
Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pushing on the tab and pulling the connector down.
Remove the bulb by turning it one quarter turn counterclockwise.
Insert the new bulb into the hole and turn it one-quarter turn clockwise to lock it in place.
Push the electrical connector back onto the bulb. Make sure it is on all the way.
Turn on the headlights to test the new bulb.
If you replaced the high beam headlight bulb on the passenger’s side, reinstall the power steering fluid reservoir.
Hope this helps, but if you are having some specific problem leave a more detailed comment and I will try to help you.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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