Question about 1999 Suzuki Swift
Hi All Got a good one for you here!!! Work this out if you can. My 1999 Suzuki Swift 1.3 5dr automatic has a problem with the offside headlamp. There is no problem that I can find with wiring. The power to the 3 pin bulb connector is fine as its been tested with a multimeter and compared to the opposite sides connector. 99% of the time the bulb does not light up on dip or full beam. Every now and then I get a little bit of light on full and dip beam but it is extreemly dim (probably only about 1 watt of the 55/60 that the bulb should produce. I have checked all fuses and they are all fine. What I cant understand is why the bulb does not light up even though there is power to the bulb. ????? Strange eh? Do any of you think that the headlamp relay is faulty? Even if it is I can still not understand why the bulb does not work even though there is power going to it!!! Any advice would be really appreciated!! Thanks very much in advance. Andrew
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you change bulb to see if that helps? Corroded pins on the bulb? If the relay was faulty it should affect both sides.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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