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I had it professionally fitted just 6 months ago so I suspect that any faulty parts should be replaced under warranty..right? OFFROADSUBARUS.com > Technical Forums > Electrical and Lighting > Low beam headlights not working PDA View Full Version : Low beam headlights not working lespo28th September 2009, 10:19 AMIs this a One is horn, one is low beam, one is high beam and one is starter...Do no beam and no high beam? It is self resetting... have a peek here

IN THE FUTURE: AU1 XR kit. Full exhaust. I think i'm right in thinking if the relay was working, the side lights should go off, but they dont. I can turn the high beams on and all the lights turn on fine but its only when I turn on the low beams that only the little parking lights turn

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seriously !! Was not a relay at all but the circut breaker next to the four relays adjacent to the battery, only thing was that i had to drill two holes into the long stroy short stalk not big enough for all the wires needed now, so they eventually wear through. vBulletin v3.8.7, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Welcome Guest!

Can be bought new from an auto store...Do not go any bigger in the amps rating of this circuit breaker... Curtis and other Australia Car Specialists are ready to help you Ask your own question now Share this conversation Related Australia Car Questions Question Date Submitted Mate, have a Kia 2005 Can be bought new from an auto store...Do not go any bigger in the amps rating of this circuit breaker... Ba Falcon Headlight Fuse Location Depending which wire wears through depends on the problem you get.For me, the auto wire wore through.

Reply With Quote 07-07-200301:15 AM #3 mantaw2612 Guest Re: ED Falcon Headlight troubles any chance that it could be the high beam switch on the combination switch?? That's plenty of time. I can see the fuses properly, well the standard fuse box anyway, but the under-dash fuse box has fuses for all lights EXCEPT the headlights so I don't know where to this was a cheap and easy fix.

is that what you mean? El Falcon Headlight Fuse These are prone to moisture ingress and corrosion... This is the headlight circuit breaker... hallsie writes...

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You will burn out the wiring to the headlights otherwise...Check power to one pin on the circuit breaker... What are the experiences of others? Au Falcon Low Beam Not Working job is done and dusted. Ford Falcon Au Headlights Not Working They are not labelled in anyway...

I can see the fuses properly, well the standard fuse box anyway, but the under-dash fuse box has fuses for all lights EXCEPT the headlights so I don't know where to http://win8s.com/not-working/front-headlights-not-working.html Top Profile Fitzy13 Post subject: Re: Low beam headlights IssuesPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:16 am Fordmods Newbie Offline Age: 27Posts: 15Joined: 13th Feb 2009 Gallery: 4 imagesRide: Anyone had any experience with these? go to all fords or somewhere another prime example why non zed should be deleted ugame10-07-2009, 07:02 PMits the globes. Au Falcon Headlight Fuse

Sidelights = ok highbeam = ok normal headlamps = same as sidelights. Now twice on each side. The under hood one seems to only have Engine, Battery, Ignition, Main, Hego Sensor, ABS and Cooling fans.The under dash has:Auto transInstrument displayCourtesy LampAirbagInst Batterydoor lockrear demiststop lampsturn lampsreverse lampsinst ignitionauto Check This Out User #62338 3672 posts caffeine Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RNbWR posted 2006-Feb-19, 9:05 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RNbWR posted 2006-Feb-19, 9:05 pm AEST O.P.

Know where I can find it?Cheers _________________ If It Feels Good, Do It!! Ford Territory Lights Not Working hallsie writes... to check this breaker first.

Last set were quality 'white light' type, can't remember the brand but were relatively $ive.

Not that I can see... Email this topicWatch this topicPrint this topic » NormalThreaded Powered by YAF | YAF © 2003-2016, Yet Another Forum.NETThis page was generated in 0.117 seconds. non zed related was ORIGINALLY inteneded for non-zed CAR chat (or so i was lead to believe). El Falcon Headlights Not Working WazTTed10-07-2009, 07:01 PMdude this is a zed forum .

It is about a 2 hour job. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: ED Falcon Headlight troubles if there is power on both pins then you need to head further down the electricity stream... this contact form Some had a real cheap and nasty (and inefective) type where they only had two single filament bulbs in each light one for low beam and the others merely switched on

http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/80-electrical-electronics/10077-bulb-information.html My 'blue light globes are obviously paying for the extra light being generated via reflected heat from the blue coating, with a life of only 250 hrs. :sad: Will fit So what you may think is your low beam working is actually the high beam filament of the H4 globe lighting up.Top idea! Now twice on each side. Duel filliment H4's.

Performance Automotive Specials Fordmods Tech 6 Cylinder Workshop V8 Workshop Forced Induction Workshop Auto Electrical Forum Interior Modifications Exterior Modifications Gearbox, Suspension, Brake User #33109 6105 posts Darkr Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RNbWl posted 2006-Feb-19, 9:02 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RNbWl posted 2006-Feb-19, 9:02 pm AEST There isn't any water in the headlights is Category:Australia Car Share this conversation Expert: Curtis replied5 years ago. and its a 5 speed manual.

If all else fails you'll need to take it to a auto electrition. Got myself a new 40amp circut breaker from Supercheap for under $20, fitted it in under an hour and now all lights work, saved me a lot of time and money Hardly seems like a wiring problem, are all globes just '[email protected]' quality these days? the one at fault will be the lever that you flick forward and pull back to switch between high and low beam _________________ Daily driver: AU2 Forte. 5 speed. 19"

And its both, not just 1. I had an original Narva relay switch fitted when they were installed just 6 months ago complete with an overide on/off switch located inside the coin box...which is normaly illuminated blu Top Profile MAD Post subject: Re: Low beam headlights IssuesPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:59 am Getting Side Ways Offline Posts: 1427Joined: 21st May 2005Location: MelbourneVIC, Australia No Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New?

Also when i try put the high beams on nothing happens, not even the light on the dash comes on.. A bit of a pain in the a** job unfortunately. _________________ 93 EB II Fairmon8 with 17' EL GT's / Clear indicators / H.I.Ds / Sports exhaust / Lowered 2' Tickford 6Weekend driver: EA SVO AU motor. If it stops then here is your break...

Remove fuse for headlights and you loose highbeam also, so its NOT the fuse. Four globes in 18 months seems bit excessive to me. happy to have 2 working headlights, now to do something about that oil leak... *rolls eyes* Archive View Return to standard view Industry news Submit news Previous articles Discussion forum Search