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I would like the wiring for a Bosch headlight relay 12v 30/40 amp part no. 5035 thank you

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New headlight switch installed same problem no headlights fuses good under front hood is there a fuse box in trunk for the headlights


there could be a black plastic box that has fuses but also you will find relays. From the relay you can find the socket that feeds 12v directly into the headlight and see if headlight is ok and if the relay is suppling 12v to the headlight. Also from the relay you can also check if the switch is supplying 12v to the relay coil with a voltmeter or a 12 volt probe tester. you may have a faulty relay but you could test this via a volt meter.
you may have blown globes by getting a wire and putting terminal connectors that match the relay legs and manually supplying the 12volts to the headlights from the relay socket you can test if the globes light up . So basically you are doing the relays job

May 27, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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My headlights wont work after i put a new fuse in


Hi Malinda

The fuse must have blown for a reason. Possibly a short?
There is also a Relay in the circuit.

Are you prepared to get a Multimeter and check the wiring?
If not then you need an Auto Electrician...

If you are Tech Savy.... Start Here

Hopefully there are no obvious bare wires to Headlamps???

Find the Headlight Relay (Fuse Tray Area) & UNPLUG relay
If you use a jumper wire across certain pins (+12v to Lamp)
then you can test the Headlight On & Off.
Use a 15Amp fuse in series with your jumper wire in case there is a short in the wiring. Better for the fuse (or circuit breaker to blow than have the wire get red hot.

A 12v Test Lamp or Multimeter would be useful here!

A relay is simply a electro magnet operated Switch to give the lights more CURRENT to make them brighter.
Therefore it's usually located close to the Battery & Headlights (Engine Compartment)

Good Luck


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Feb 24, 2016 | 2006 Dodge Stratus

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As soon as I turn headlights on it blows the fuse for gages on dash no wires touching and lights don't come on gages work if I don't turn headlights on


Hi Bobbi
A 50w Headlamp will draw 4 Amps (Ohms Law 50/12=4.1)
So... 2 Low beams will draw 8 Amps.
Obviously more for high beam and high wattage Quartz Bulbs.
That is a lot for a small switch (contacts) to handle.
This is why a lot of vehicles use a Relay to power the Headlamps.
The relay is connected directly from the Battery to the Headlamps.
The large internal contacts can handle the higher current (30A) and the dash headlight switch connects to the magnetic coil inside the relay and is only used to pull the contacts closed.
Does your circuit include a relay.? Do you hear a relay click?
simple headlight relay wiring

To assist with your troubleshooting, try disconnecting one head lamp bulb to reduce current load. Does the fuse blow?
A temporary12v circuit breaker could be substituted for the fuse until you determine the problem.


If the circuit is using a relay then there will be a fat wire going from the battery to the Relay. The fine wire on the relay input is the trigger. A 12v test lamp is really useful for troubleshooting around the car. Also a cheap multimeter. Clamp style current meter is also handy to see exactly what current is blowing the fuse

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There is a 10A circuit breaker also like above

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Sep 13, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Headlight wiring diagram


Honestly, there simply not much difficulty to the way headlights are wired on any vehicle. Standard headlights receive positive 12v from the headlight switch directly (or through a relay, if you have automatic headlights), and the switch receives power through the fuse block from the battery. When you turn the headlight switch on, you should get 12v at the input connector to your headlights. If the headlight connector is not receiving +12v at the connector when you turn the headlight switch on, check the fuse, the switch, and the relay. If the headlight assembly is receiving +12v at the connector, check the bulb. If the bulb tests good with an ohmmeter, check for a broken ground wire. That is simply all there is.

Jun 24, 2014 | 2000 Mitsubishi Galant

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Is there a 12V output from integration relay going to headlight switch of 98 sienna LE. no headlight both hi and low, but flash headlight is working.


There is a fuse for both the low and high beam headlights.
There is a relay for both as well.

The headlight switch feeds the relay.

Thank you the excellent symptom of the problem.

Yes,12 V. goes to the headlight switch.

Mar 09, 2013 | 2000 Toyota Sienna

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9@how to fix dtc p1178 and p1118 on a 2002 hyundai xg350


I live in Australia & have a Hyundai Grandeur XG 3LT V6 2002 model (US equivalent is Hyundai XG300).
Fault codes are P1118 (ETS motor fault) & P1178 (ETS motor battery voltage open). An intermittent fault.
The first code denotes general area of the fault & the second code denotes the specific fault.
So the specific fault is that the ETS-PCM computer is not receiving 12V on pin 2 with ignition on.
'Check engine' light remains on & car is in 'limp home mode' with very little power & poor performance.
I had purchased the Hyundai service manual online (ebook about $8) for the US model. Could not find any
manual for the Australian model. On page FLA-52 found the block diagram for the whole ETS system.
I am a retired electrical engineer so now it became easier for me to find the fault.
There are 2 computers behind the center console. PCM & ETS-PCM.
Pin 2 of the ETS-PCM should have 12V present when ignition is on.
In fault mode 12V was not present. This 12V is supplied from ETS 15A fuse (fuse box under dashboard)
via a relay (i will call this relay the ETS relay). The 15A fuse was OK but the 12V was only
intermittently being passed through the relay points. Relay is located near ignition switch on a
sub panel which has about 6 relays on it. ETS relay was at right bottom corner of sub panel.
Yellow wire feeds the 12V (which is always present even with ign. switch off) to the relay points.
White wire is the output wire from the relay points which feeds 12V to pin 2 of the ETS-PCM computer.
Measure if 12V is present at white wire when ign. switch is turned on (no need to start engine)
I only had the 12V present intermittently. So pulled out the ETS relay - tested contacts with
ohmmeter & found to be only making contact intermittently when relay lever depressed
- removed relay case by grinding away one corner of the case - cleaned the relay points with fine sandpaper.
replaced the relay case & taped with black insulating tape to keep out dust. Tested relay with ohmmeter & points
now OK. Fault is now cleared & car is operating normally.
Also had previously purchased on Ebay a Can OBD11 scanner for $15 which read the fault codes OK.
Hope this helps other people with similar problem.

Mar 15, 2011 | Hyundai Motor 2003 XG350

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Need to know what these code means p1118,p1110,p1178


Hi Friend:

In checking your Codes heres the Data.

#1) P1118 -->> this code is sending a signal that your ETCS =Throttle Motor is Either Damaged or it has Failed.

#2) P1110-->> this code is showing that your PCM (Control Module) has received a Signal that your you have a problem with your Throttle Body.

#3) P1178-->> this Code is Indicating that Your Electronic Throttle Motor Battery has a Open Circuit.

Sir, I would start checking your Fuses before you Spend a Bunch of Uneccessary money. It could be that your ETCS Fuse is blown, This could be causing All these Codes.but theres is still a chance that you'll get a Code after changing the ETCS Fuse.

Note: you have Fuse Blocks inside your Vehicle and Under your Hood as well, They'll be Labelled Fuses and Relays.

I hope this Fuse solves ALL your Problems sir.Please let me know how my Solution has helped you by Voting for me and a Testamony would be Appreciated.

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Aug 17, 2010 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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NISSAN 240SX A/C PROBLEM.


HI,
Yeah have the voltage to the compressor checked!..By turning on the A/C when hot (and not working),Add a test wire to the 12v output of the A/C relay, to "boost" the 12v amps/voltage going to the compressor clutch. As soon as the test wire touches a strong 12v source, the clutch immediately kicks in. Remember that 12v already existed on that wire, but a stronger 12v source helped give the clutch the extra kick it needs. Thank you!!..Hope this helps you out buddy!!.. :)

Jul 19, 2008 | 1993 Nissan 240SX

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Relay


Ok, I did more research you are right they don't have a relay, just the I thought a 20A fuse, If you have 12V at the light socket. Then it sounds like you have a ground problem. Check your grounds make sure there isn't corrosion etc. Clean them up I think this may be your issue. You changed the switch so that is the only other thing that would usually cause that. Check your grounds and let me know.
Thanks,
Lee

Jul 11, 2008 | 1991 Jeep Cherokee Limited

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