Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
My low beams both went out at the same time, but the high beams still work. We have a 2006 Honda Accord (loaded). If only one went out I would change the fuse, but since both went out, I'm not sure what the solution is. Anyone know of this problem? People on the road at night are not happy with me shining my high beams! I don't like it either. Help!
Well I would certainly check the fuse because that both lights burned out. If only one had burned out I would replace the bulb. If the fuse is good I would purchase 1 bulb and see if the new bulb works. Often times people will replace both bulbs because they come in 2 packs cheaper than singles. This also can cause both to burn out at the same time. Check the fuse and then replace a light, if replacing one light works replace the other, this should cure the problem.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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