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Headlights don't work but parking lights and high beam are fine is it just a globe replacement?

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Most likely yes but also check your fuse panel inside the car. find out which fuse or fuses are for your headlights. if they are bad then replace them.

Posted on May 05, 2010

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My Holden jackaroo 2001 model headlights are not working, high beam is working fine. What could be the problem?


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Headlights don't work why?


Test the headlight switch as follows.
  • Move your car to a dark area, such as waiting until night or moving to a dark garage, to test your headlight switch.
  • 2Turn on your car, so you can see your dashboard lights. Note whether some of your dashboard lights fail to illuminate.


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  • Turn on your car's headlights. Note whether your car's headlights illuminate.
  • 4Press the high beam lever to activate your high beams. Note whether your high beams activate.
  • 5Put your car in "Park." Move to the back of the car. Note whether your parking lights are illuminated.
  • 6View any remaining driving lights, such as lights above the license plate. Note whether these lights come on.
    If more than one set of lights does not activate when you turn on the lights, you may need to replace your headlight switch. If only one set of lights does not turn on, try replacing the lightbulbs in that set and then retesting your car. If the lights still do not illuminate, you may need to replace your headlight switch.
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    The headlights on my 1989 mazda 626 work fine,but the high beams dont work at all.Can you help?


    replace the globes , the high beam and low beam are in the same globe , i have berfore had this happen , when replacing dont let any part of your fingers or hands touch glass part of bulb , or you may find you will be doing this again very shortly.
    any finger print will cause a hot pot on globe and cause future failure .

    if you remove a globe you may visually look at it and see if one of the to globes springs are broken , or is there is any discolourment in the globe itself , just change the one that is easiest to get first and test , then if that works fine , then you wont have to check any futher wiring problems.

    but i am sure this will be the reason for no high beam , unless you high beam switch on light swith lever arm is faulty .
    but globes are cheap so begin there first.. hope this is helpful

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    Hi all fuses good but can not get low beam to go, hi beam will go and park lights also work.


    Have you checked the headlight globes? The Low Beam filaments usually burn out well before the High beam ones because the Low beam is used most of the time. Access to the globes is via the rear of the light assemblies in the engine bay.

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    Sounds like a bad switch to me. If it was a relay,it would not work period.Not to mention, the switch controls the dash lights too.

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    Headlights do not work


    sounds like the problem is in your headlight switch, first check your fuses under the dash and under the bonnet also your globes they will still work on high beam and parkers if the globes are blown or if theres a problem in the headlight switch or a blown fuse

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