Question about Acura Legend
Very same thing just happened in my 94 legend, bend the prongs slightly outward on you headlight relay!!!! Bam headlights won't go off no more! Until you turn them off! Try it! It's free and works!!!!!!
Posted on Oct 30, 2013
When you have electrical problems like this , it is best to have a schematic on hand. you will have to purchase a manual. there are no free ones online. If it were mine I would remove the fuses block to get to the wires on the back side, find which two went to the headlights ,pull them out and put in a inline fuse. you can replace the whole block, get one at a salvage yard, cut enough wire to give yourself room to work. this very time consuming. Also I have worked on other vehicles and found that the light switch itself was overheating and would loose contact inside the switch. I can't say that I've replaced one in your type of car, But I wouldn't rule it out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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