Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
CHECK HEAD LIGHT CIRCUIT BREAKER AND DRL RELAY OR RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD.A BAD DIMMER SWITCH OR GROUND WIRE PROBLEMS.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Both bulbs blown, switch bad, or fuse blown.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Because it's carbeurated they have an electric 'idle up' solinoid (or vacuume) to compensate for rev loss when load is put on the engine caused by the alternator working harder because your using power. It should have a small adjustment screw on the carbeurator to lower the revs. If you have it set too low it will shudder when in drive & foot on brake with headlights on. It should only pick up about 200rpm when lights are on. To find the screw, take the air filter off, run the engine & look for something moving when the lights are turned on & off. Somewhere near the moving bit you will find the adjustment screw. I hope. I'm not sure exactly where it is on that model.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: toyota headlight
At the back of the headlight you should find a rubber cover of some sort, you need to pull that out. After that has been removed, a metal clip that serves as a lock to the bulb and the socket should be there. It hinged to one side and clipped to the other side of the headlamp. Open that one and you should have access to the plug. Pull it out and you should be able to twist the bulb a little to get it out. Do the reverse when inserting the new bulbs.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
You can and it is not difficult, there are two bolts holding the top of the headlight to the body just over the radiator and a couple of screws holding the indicato in place, but you can access the back of the light fitting without doing so . It is a bit of a squeeze on the battery side.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
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