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2001 ford ranger , no high or low beam lights


Check the On/Off switch on the dash, steering column, and the steering arm/lever is connected properly and that the lighting cable's are cable connectors are connected and not corroded.
1, To check the Earth: Connect a cable from the earth of the bulb to the chassis/body/ metal part of the car.
2, Using a Test lamp: Disconnect the cable that connects the power to the head light bulb, Connect one end of the test lamp to any one of the connectors at the end of the cable that plug's into the bulb. With the low beam on, only one of these wire's will the light switch turned on will light up the test lamp bulb. If none of the cable's light the test lamp bulb. the problem is in the High beam relay, and possibly the Low beam relay as well.
One Head lamp relay: If one cable show a light in the test lamp, check the earth cable on that lamp.
Two Head lamp relay: If two cable's show a light in the test lamp, check the earth cable on that lamp.
Some of the car's electrical systems use the Steering column as an earth point. Check the switch.
In many cases are what is called Earth return (this means that the positive power (+) is supplied by one wire, and the negative earth (-) is connected via another wire) this is to reduce the problems of the rust effecting the power flow.
Get the wiring loom layout in the Cars book
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Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect battery cable.
  2. Remove the head lamp bolts.
  3. Disconnect the head lamp connector.
  4. Remove the head lamp.
  5. Installation is the reverse order of removal procedure.


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How do I replace the front left (driver side) headlight? I have removed the cap and the electrical, but can't figure out how to remove the bulb so I can put a new one in. Your help is appreciated.


Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery terminal.

  2. Remove the head lamp mounting bolts, then disconnect the lamp connectors.

  3. Replace the head lamp bulb(A), position bulb(B) and turn signal bulbs(C).
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    Head lamp bulb(A), position bulb(B) and turn signal bulbs(C)

  4. To install, reverse removal procedure.

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I need a detailed instructions on how to connect a toogle switch to a fuceable link to a battery and to a halogin headlight bulb?


Ok there are 2 ways todo this ,, the first is the easiest but not the cleanest..

First ..
1.) connect 8 guage wire from postive battery terminal to (2 port fuse holder)..
2.) from each of the fuse in the holder connect to the positive lead of each bulb (which should be in the bulb holder and in the headlamps or fogs or whatever).
3.) connect negative to a bolt on cars body.. Lamps will come on..
4.) remove positive from battery terminal..
5.) connect to your spst switch (what ever kind of switch u are using.)
6.) mount switch inside car,
7.) connect wire from other lead of switch to battery terminal..(pos)
Switch the lamps on and off using the switch..

Second method..

you will need
2 4-pin relays
8 guage wire
tester

1.) remove connectors from both head lamps
2.) turn on head lamps and test to see which is positive on each
3.) bridge this wire to the Com on the relay .. (1 head lamp to 1 relay)
connect positve wire from battery termial to relay (each relay seperate wire)
connect negative wire from cars body to relay (each relay seperate wire)
4.) connect Out from relay to Positive on Halogen bulb
6.) connect negative from bulb to cars body

now the lamps will come on and off with the head lamp switch..

Alternatively you can connect the fuse holder to the battery, and connect a switch to that and then that to the positive in on the relay..

Sorry I dont have any diagrams didnt have the time to draw one,, answered this quickly this morning before work..

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You either have a bad ground or the bad electrical connection at the light socket is "simulating" a bad ground. This is putting a high resistance on the bulb and it's taking it's toll by burning out the bulb. I would start with a new socket, and CHECK the ground. If you still have the issue, I would run another complete ground wire and not even worry about checking the ground itself. the Stick

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How to replace headlights bulbs in a grand cherokee 2001


  1. Remove the jack screw attaching the top of the head lamp to the head lamp mounting module.
  2. Grasp the upper inboard and lower outboard corners of the head lamp and pull the head lamp outward.
  3. Remove the bad bulb socket from the head lamp module and remove bulb from socket.
  4. Install new bulb into socket and reinstall socket into head lamp module.
  5. Position the head lamp on the vehicle and align the ball studs with the sockets.
  6. Push the head lamp inward to secure the ball studs with the sockets.
  7. Install the jack screw attaching the top of head lamp to the head lamp mounting module.
Do not touch glass of halogen bulbs at the oil can cause the headlight to blow out

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How do i replace a sidelight on a grand cherokee '53


The whole head lamp assembly has to come out to replace the headlight bulb. Here's how to do it.
REMOVAL:
  1. Remove the jack screw attaching the top of the head lamp to the head lamp mounting module.
2. Grasp the upper inboard and lower outboard corners of the head lamp and pull the head lamp outward.

  1. Remove all of the bulb sockets from the head lamp module.
  2. Separate the head lamp from the vehicle
  3. INSTALLATION: CAUTION: Do not touch the bulb glass with fingers or other oily surfaces. Reduced bulb life will result.
  4. Install all of the bulb sockets in head lamp module.
  5. Position the head lamp on the vehicle and align the ball studs with the sockets.
  6. Push the head lamp inward to secure the ball studs with the sockets.
  7. Install the jack screw attaching the top of head lamp to the head lamp mounting module

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Caution Halogen bulbs contain gas under pressure. Handling a bulb improperly could cause it to shatter into flying glass fragments. To help avoid personal injury:
Turn off the lamp switch and allow the bulb to cool before changing the bulb.
Leave the lamp switch OFF until the bulb change is complete. Always wear eye protection when changing a halogen bulb. Handle the bulb only by its base. Avoid touching the glass. Keep dirt and moisture off the bulb. Properly dispose of the used bulb. Keep halogen bulbs out of the reach of children.
Raise the hood.
Remove the headlamp assembly bolts from the upper fascia support.
Slide the headlamp assembly outward enough to release the headlamp bracket tabs from the slots in the upper fascia support.
Position the headlamp assembly away from the vehicle body to access the electrical connector.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp assembly.
Remove the headlamp assembly from the vehicle.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp bulb/socket.
Remove the headlamp bulb/socket retainer ring from the headlamp, by turning counterclockwise.
Remove the headlamp bulb/socket from the headlamp assembly.

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How to replace headlight bulb 2000 Tacoma


Open hood. Unplug wiring on back of head lamp. Pull off rubber boot on back of head lamp. Unlock clamp that holds light bulb in. Replace bulb. Clamp bulb down. Replace rubber boot. Plug in bulb.

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you need gloves hands cant touch bulbs .oils from hand causes bulb to blow.to change bulb you raise hood remove head light housing has to be removed before you remove bulb.

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