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2000 kia sephia, no head lights with the switch but flash to pass works, just checked relay is clicking on and off, then put a jumper to the low beam fuse to power it and headlights worked, is there a fusible link in the fuse block thats not allowing power to get to the fuses?

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SOURCE: low beams on head lights not working

Hi,

I had this problem.
In Canada all cars come with daytime running lights- (DRL) My 2004 Kia Sedona had this problem and it was the DRL Module.

Serach internet to find it's location. ( I think it is under the centre console, but dealer changed under warranty)

It should not be hard to find and change - It is usually just a small plastic box... plus or minus the size of a fist.

I don't know if DRL is required in the USA but it may be standard on Kias

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The low/high settings of the headlights is switch on via
an electrically operated relays. These relays are connected to the fuses. Therefore, check the relays if these are working properly, as well as the fuse where
these relays are connected. These should solve your problem. You may get in touch with us via e mail for
further assistance. God Bless you.

Posted on Oct 22, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Kia Sorento both low beams headlights don't

CK HEADLIGHT SWITCH, IT ACTS UP AT TIMES OR LOOSE WIRES CK ALL LIGHT WIRES

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Each light has its own fuse. Have you checked them? Maybe try switching two of them to see if they swap which one works... Once in a while a fuse that looks good has actually gone bad. Comment on this post if this doesn't help and we can move to the next step. Good luck!

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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Daytime running light module which is located under dash (around the area of the fuses) probably has a bad solder joint inside (if you take it apart). If not could be bad connection on one of the switches (like your dimmer switch)

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