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Driver low beam head light stoped working, replaced lamp, checked fuse, checked relay, checked socket, gounding is fine,cannot find problem

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There is a left head light relay,and a right head light relay,check those relays.

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no year, is it a 1973 Civic?
water there is 100% normal, huge water forces there... at 85mph.?
why not post the symptoms so we can help?
are both lamps dead, left and right????????????
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The 1999 Fuse Box Diagram is as follows:

Column 1 (Top to Bottom)
Driver Window Relay
Interior Lamp Relay
Driver Unlock Relay
Battery Saver Relay
Hazard Lamps (15A)
Diagnos (10A)
Cigar (20A)
Front Wipers (30A)
Air Bag (5A)
ABS (10A)
Shift Interlock (5A)
Blank

Column 2 (Top to Bottom)
High Beams (15A)
Deck Lid Release (15A)
Mirrors/Antenna (5A)
Head Lamp Illumenation (5A)
Light Out Module (5A)
EEC Ignition Coil (20A)
Brake Lamps/ A/C (15A)
Instrument Illumenation (5A)

Column 3 (Top to Bottom)
Accessorty Delay Relay
Rear Defrost Relay
Tail Lamps (5A)
Battery Saver (10A)
Wiper and Vaps (5A)
Rear Wiper (15A)
Turn Signal (10A)
Air bag/ Alt LPS (A)
Starter Relay (10A)
Left Low Beams (10A)

Column 4 (Top to Bottom)
Switch Illumenation (5A)
Def Sw Illumenation (10A)
Stop Lamps (15A)
Radio (5A)
Radio Memory (5A)
Right Hand Power Locks (20A)
Gauges/ Warning Lamps (5A)
Radio Mute (5A)
Right Low Beam (10A)

Hope this helps.

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