Hi, my 2005 Nissan Almera dipped headlights are really dim, even though I've replaced the halogen bulbs. Is it possible just to replace the halogens with extreme brilliance or Osram Nightbreaker bulbs, or would something else need to be replaced to (e.g. upgrade the fuse)? Sorry - don't know much about cars!!
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the whole assmbly or the bulb is bad.
any auto body shop can show you or do the latter.
the bulb is covered in the operators guide (glove box) of all cars.
Hi Jan, The codes are anti theft devices and are unique to each vehicle. If it is not recorded in the user manual (maybe a separate manual for the radio) ask your dealer for it. Regards and happy new year John
Im assuming that you have check the fuses for the headlights and they are good.If your headlight is HID(Hight Intenstiy Discharge Xenon bulb) The headlight assembly will have a balast that might be defective.Deferentiating the Halogen from HID.Halogen will have a yellowish color when you turn on the headlights whereas the HID will have a whitesh to bluesh in color.If your clk320 does have a halogen then its highly probable you have an electrical problem but if its HID then you might want to replace the balast.
look inside owners manual in glove compartment look up bulb replacement in the back index it will show and tell you how to replace headlight bulbs. be sure to wear clean gloves, because headlight bulbs or halogen type bulbs, if oil from hands or skin touch the halogen bulb it will cause halogen light bulb overheat and blow out.you can go by auto parts store when you buy new headlight bulb the salesperson will go out to vechicle and replace headlight bulb for you wont charge you any thing.just charge you for the headlight bulb.
NO YOU HAVE TO REPLACE HIGH BEAM LIGHT BULBS WITH HIGH BEAM LIGHT BULBS BECAUSE HIGH BEAM LIGHT BULBS AND LOW BEAM LIGHT BULBS TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF BULBS.WEAR CLEAN LATEX GLOVES HANDLING THE HEADLIGHT BULBS WHICH IS HALOGEN LIGHT BULBS, OIL FROM FINGERS OR HAND WILL CAUSE HALOGEN BULBS TO OVER HEAT BLOW OUT.
LOOK IN YOUR GLOVE COMPARTMENT FOR THE OWNERS MANUAL. LOOK IN THE BACK INDEX OF MANUAL LOOK UP BULB REPLACEMENT. IT WILL SHOW AND TELL YOU HOW TO REPLACE HEAD LIGHT BULBS. YOU NEED TO WEAR CLEAN LATEX GLOVES WHEN CHANGING HALOGEN BULBS BECAUSE OILS FROM FINGERS AND HANDS WILL CAUSE THE HALOGEN HEADLIGHT BULBS TO OVER HEAT AND BLOW OUT. HALOGEN BULBS ARE EXPENSIVE THEY COST FROM $10.00 - $20.00 BE SURE TO WEAR CLEAN GLOVES WHEN HANDLING THEM.