Question about 2006 Kia Spectra
Are you sure that the bulbs are good?, if so then more than likely it is in tour baem (turn signal) switch on your steering columb. tou can start backwards by pulling your headlamp plug and turning on your lamps you should have power from the power wire to 1 prong (contact) then when you switch to high beams you should have power to 2 prongs. if so then check your high beam low beam switch when you pull back on it does it feel like it is switching (a slight click) if not it probably is not switcing at that point. (bad switch) there may also be a relay that does the switching check your wiring manual to see if there is a relay for you headlamp system. and have it checked. (it should be free at your local auto parts dealer) IF NOT DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO IT YOURSELF OR YOU MAY BURN IT OUT IF YOU PUT TOO MUCH POWER TO IT . check for voltage input and output from your local dealer. then put ONLY that amount of power to the input side and check that there is power coming out of the output side. if there is a groung prong THEN GROUND IT FIRST. BEFORE PUTTING POWER TO IT.
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