Question about 1997 Mazda 626
Folks, it is the multifunction switch (directionals/hi&lo beams) without a doubt if you can get the low beams to come back on by monkeying with the stalk.
After years of changing bulbs, checking wiring and headlamp sockets, I had the switch replaced and all is right in the lighting world.
I don't know about the 1997, but 1998 thru 2002 don't require the steering wheel to be removed, just the steering column covers. The stalk and switch are a single module, and I was charged two hours labor for removal and replacement. Switch was dealer only, $149, plus the two hours labor, brought it in around $300.
In retrospect, I could have done the work myself. Have the repair manual, but its too damn cold in upstate NY right now to be doing driveway car repair!
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
I have a 1997 Mazda 626 and my headlights go out for no reason. My highbeams seem fine so if I have to drive at night I have to drive around holding my highbeams on. Nobody can figure out the problem. I really need help on this. I need to drive my car at night and can't.
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