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Both low beam head lights won't come on. I've replaced both bulbs this past summer and recently replaced fuses with new ones and they still won't come on. No issues with the high beams, just the low beams won't come on.

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    Jeff Turcotte Nov 08, 2010

    see if you can find a HDLP relay in the engine compartment relay box and swap it with the horn relay. If this gets them to come on, buy a relay for the horn.



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One thing to try. In addition to fuses headlights use a relay to turn on/off. Usually under the hood, find an electrical box with (usually) square relays units in it. These just plug in. Probably marked HL or similar. If you're carefull and pay attention, you can switch a couple OF SAME VALUE AND CONFIGURATION to see if situation changes. If so, replace the defective relay. If not, you need an expert.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

  • starg8t Dec 30, 2010

    It could easily be in the steering column headlight switch itself. Best thing to do with this type of problem is to take it to a garage and have someone check the circuit with a tester. It might cost $60. for an hours worth of labor, but they can narrow down where the juice stops, hence the problem.

    As for pczapp and his/her hatred: You have no business owning a computer and having internet access. Stick with cars. Your attitude sucks. Go away.



You only install a new fuse, if the old one blows
Why is it that, something, no one understands
A fuse does not make for a repair,it protects a cuircuit, from a current overload,if you got any headlights,you can forget even checking the fuses. (common sense)
If you got hi beams on both lights,why would you think,both low beams went.

Check out something common,hi/low beam selector switch,may be something else,but surely a good place to start
Unplug one head light and use a volt meter.
Without the ability to understand basic electricity, and use a meter,you may as well leave the hood closed

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