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If it is loose or comes out, firmly plug it into the assembly. Both MR JP blubs had them in feb. the wires in the oem switch burn out and then it wont work. Took it in to have bulbs replaced but still did nothing. http://virtualthought.net/not-working/hyundai-elantra-headlight-problems.html

Syx is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 29 (permalink) Old 12th September 2013, 00:29 Thread Starter james-lew Supporter ** Thread starter ** Car: 2.2, NHB Join Pull the bulb out of the vehicle and use a clean rag to install the new bulb. Connection to ground often becomes corroded or vibrated loose. Grab a multimeter and do a continuity check across the + and - of the low beam sockets, if theres continuity, you shorted your wires, and thats a whole big mess http://www.3geez.com/forum/3geez-accords/77604-one-low-beam-headlight-not-working.html

How To Fix Low Beam Headlight

any ideas? 04-19-2011, 07:36 AM #12 rmagnetta Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Mar 2011 Location: Daisytown Pa Posts: 54 Re: Classic Civic Headlight Problem i finally got them working. Originally Posted by Charlie Don't forget about the white/yellow gunk that builds up on the plugs behind the head lights! After purchasing my present 89, I raised the headlight buckets with the dash switch and they have not been retracted in almost 10 years. Today 03:40 by Honda News Feed 0 MotoGP Track Report...

That was exactly it. American Honda Motor Company does not sponsor, support, or endorse Honda-Tech.com in any way. Originally Posted by Charlie ^ A little anal, may I say? Honda Accord Low Beams Not Working Content Relevant URLs by vBSEO 3.6.0Garage Plus vBulletin Plugins by Drive Thru Online, Inc.

The ones with numbers on them are fuses, just higher rated than what you have in your cabin fuse box. –Pᴀᴜʟsᴛᴇʀ2♦ Sep 28 '14 at 2:24 add a comment| up vote You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. You have one? If you have an older car or truck with sealed beam style headlamps, these are usually removed from the front.

After a few hours (or days depending on how much moisture is inside), the water will eventually evaporate and vent out of the holes your drilled. Driver Side Low Beam Not Working Search Engine Optimisation provided by DragonByte SEO (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.Vibrant Forums, LLCP.O. change them first. i bet its just your bulbs that are bad. __________________ DIY 2002 LX Door Speakers TSX HID retro in TYC headlights HID Projector Fog Lights Need a "Big 3" Ground Upgrade

One Headlight Out But High Beams Work

If everything but the highs work I'd replace both bulbs if you have no means of checking the circuit. If you are troubleshooting the driver's side headlight, remove the power steering reservoir tank by pulling it out of the vehicle. How To Fix Low Beam Headlight The test light will show if you have power to both sides of the fuse. Low Beam Doesn't Work But High Beam Does The two fuses are fine.

A ring that is held by several screws must then be removed to free the headlamp so it can be pulled forward and disconnected from the electrical connector on the back. I'm having some electrical issues with my Accord at the moment, so I'll try replacing the grease. It's beneath the steering column by the driver's left foot. Next disconnect the socket from the bulb, and check for power with your test light. Low Beam Headlights Not Working One Side

i decided to take my original one apart and found that there was dielectrci grease caked all over the contacts. Not unheard of for 2 bulbs to fail 03-11-2010, 08:34 AM #4 dfrear TRIAL USER Thread Starter Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 2 Re: Classic Civic Headlight Problem Available for 6th, 7th and 8th gens. I'm surprised you were not blowing fuse for left low beam with what appears to be a dead short.

Register Photo Gallery FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search GarageUsed CarsVendor Directory Search Lighting Use this for all your lighting questions Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search One Low Beam Headlight Not Working If the fuse blows immediately, there is a short in the headlight circuit that will have to be found and repaired before the headlights will work. james-lew is offline Quote Quick Reply post #7 of 29 (permalink) Old 11th September 2013, 23:24 Thread Starter james-lew Supporter ** Thread starter ** Car: 2.2, NHB Join

This seems pretty likely since the driver side low beam IS connected to the ground by a different path/wire than the passenger side low beam and both high beams are all

I am going to my local dealer tomorrow to see if they will fix this once and for all. 10-04-2015 #13 GRIZZLEY ADAMS Registered!! GAH is there anything else i can do to fix my lights, it sucks that i cant go out at night. On low beam, both lights should be aimed straight ahead with the brightest area of both beams no higher the hoodline of your car. High Beam Headlights Not Working Got it all re-wired and everything works perfectly. -My Car thread Shop manual <----Click here to get the 1989 Accord shop manual (clicking this will start the download of a 32meg

In addition, most states will issue fines for driving with faulty lights. Guess that was not the case. The switch which is only used to energize the relay. The more nighttime driving you do, the sooner one or both headlights will fail.

You checked both headlight fuses? Password Register Forum Garage Garage Garages Browse by Username Browse Recently Added Browse Recently Modified Browse Most Popular Advanced Search Help Photo Gallery FAQ Calendar Auto Loans Insurance Today's Posts Auto It must be something between the headlight switch, and the fuses. Not much lightout on road.

Passenger side works fine. if anyone figures this out or knows anything i can try. the low beams would just shut off. The ground leg on the relay relies on its pole connector to make complete connection to the ground circuit of the relay/fuse board that holds all these plugged in components.

Any ideas? Register Forum Civic Pictures Civic Classifieds FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Vendor Directory Search Custom Honda Civic Exterior - Lighting Body kits, wheels, paint, spoilers, lights, etc. Attached Thumbnails Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter jtsi2012 and derekfriedrice like this. If the socket is corroded, spray it with aerosol electronics cleaner.

Models recalled include 2002-2003 Civic, 2004-2005 Pilot models, 2002-2004 CR-V and 2003 Pilot. Visit Hybrid Cars for the latest in Hybrid and Electric Cars. There's another one on the passenger side (one to each individual lightbulb) , but I only had to change the passenger side and both headlights started working..