Question about 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe
The high, low beam might run off two differant relays. Look in the fuse box under the hood. You might have blown the relay
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
I have this problem short in stering colume i move tilt wheel up and down hard and they come on have changed switch and relay
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are no relays for the headlights. Your problem could be from the headlight switch. You would have to check and see if you have power coming out of the switch on the low beam side. Check with a test light.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: high beams dont work
Could be that your high beam light's are burnt out and need to be replaced. When you say the the switch is new you mean the lever on the stearing collum is new right?? Good luck
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
Sounds like its a problem with the light switch handle. Had it myself as well...
If you're savvy enough around car electronics take out the light switch handle, take it apart, find the problem and fix it. Inside the handle-switch you have several slide-switches and some double action slide switches.
Otherwise - get a different switch from a local junkyard or get a new one from your dealer.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
If there is power there, then it has to be the bulbs. The trouble that most people have is, they don't see how both bulbs could burn out at once... and they're right. They don't. But you see vehicles with one headlight all the time. They don't know it unless you tell them or they happen to see it themselves. Then the second light burns out, and they think it's a major catastrophe, when in fact, it's just bulbs. The high beam still works because the bulb is double filament. The only other thing it can be is the dimmer switch, and since you switched it to high, it appears to be working. However, if it's not bulbs, it still could be the switch.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
There is a good chance that the bulb itself is burnt out.Most newer vehicles use fuses for the lights.Check your owners manual for fuse and relay locations.The fuse/relay covers should also be labeled.Your vehicle probably has more than one location for fuse(convenience centers) The locations should be in your owners manual.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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