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Strange Lighting Problem In 1992 Honda Accord

The "bright" lights run, but the "low" beams do not. I have replaced all of the fuses and the Dimmer Relay. The Dimmer Relay makes a loud buzzing noise when the right side turn signal is engaged. The right turn signal indicator stays on. How do I solve this problem?

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Repalce the turn signal.headlight switch assembly

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • rustbucket2 Oct 28, 2010

    hey Code_Jammer, did this work... or what was the anser in the end. I've got the exact same problem.

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DTC B2624 Display Dimming Input Range/Performance
The body control module (BCM) supplies voltage to the instrument panel dimmer switch through the instrument panel dimmer switch signal circuit. The dimmer switch varies the voltage and returns the new voltage to the BCM through the dimmer switch signal return circuit. The BCM uses this voltage to determine the illumination level of the instrument panel lamps.

DTC B2625 Display Dimming Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Output Circuit Range/Performance
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do you have low or high beams?

LOW BEAMS: When headlight switch is turned on the headlight relay is energized providing voltage through fuse 37 and 38 to the headlights and the low beams come on.

HIGH BEAMS : same thing as above thru fuses 37 & 38. When the dimmer is in high, the dimmer relay provides ground to the high beams, and the high beams come on.

1. pull your flash see if lights come on?
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If the number 2 fuse is blown, and you replace it, if it blows again, I would have the system checked.
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