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skip0110 291,167 views 5:15 How to Restore Headlights PERMANENTLY - Duration: 12:47. And the 3 black have equal volts. From internet I found reference to "corrosion and burnt plastic" in connector. Category People & Blogs License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... http://haiteq.com/not-working/defrost-not-working-honda-accord.php

ChrisFix 8,856,779 views 12:47 How to Fix Car Electrical Problems - Strange problems, poor running - Duration: 9:45. RepairPalĀ® RepairPal CertifiedĀ® Honda CR-V News Forums Not a Topix user yet? blah...i guess i'll take the thing apart. I had planned to let my 16 yr old daughter drive for school vehicle but now will trade off. http://mechanics.stackexchange.com/questions/12485/low-beams-out-high-beams-work

High Beams Work But Headlights Don't

or just pm me the email. __________________ 2002 Honda Civic EX Auto 09-29-2010 #10 melmashman Registered!! The steering wheel will have to come off to replace the switch. Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Reply » Report Abuse Judge it!

Anyone else with this problem? Allan Ottawa, Canada #12 Jan 12, 2010 I have a 2006 Honda CRV and both low beams failed at the same time. I could not tell you how many times over the years I've seen people chasing their tails all because they simply had two bad headlamp bulbs. Both Low Beam Headlights Stopped Working I chronically logged all service visits and conversations.

I need to look at my warranty. One Low Beam Headlight Not Working the funny part is, sometimes if i switch the high beams on and off a bunch of times, eventually the low beams will come on. I immediately cancelled trip and headed back to home town Honda dealer. Homepage although I doubt that's going to work as the other lights surrounding the low beams come on. :[ Upvote (1)Flag inappropriate2006 Honda Pilot 150,000 mi, VisitorIt's an Acura MDX but same

liner Bronx, NY #15 Feb 4, 2010 Earl wrote: I have had three or four low beam failures on my '04 CR-V, the most recent today. Low Beam Doesn't Work But High Beam Does The oil on your fingers will react adversely with the special quartz glass, and cause the bulb to burn out prematurely (sometimes within a few days or weeks after replacement!).

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I chronically logged all service visits and conversations. High Beams Work But Headlights Don't Success is 99% failure-Soichiro HondaSuccess is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.-Winston ChurchillHidden Content Reply With Quote 08-07-2009, 04:32 PM #5 sandman1962 crv|oc Rank: High Beam Headlights Not Working If your headlights work on low beam, but you have no high beam, or they work on high beam but there is no low beam, the most likely cause is a

Available for 6th, 7th and 8th gens. this contact form Hope this video will help people running in the same problem as this is very common repair for cars. Honda WR-V breaks cover at Sao Paulo motor Show... I just lost them again last night--the third time since January. Honda Civic Low Beams Not Working

Condensation inside the headlight assembly will shorten the life of a halogen bulb. but when they do work (this started happening a month or so ago...where if i hit the high beam switch once or twice the low beams would come on... This caused the electrical connection to be blocked. http://haiteq.com/not-working/dashboard-light-not-working-honda-civic.php what year is your car?

The switch which is only used to energize the relay. Headlights Only Work On High Beam Related ContentHonda Pilot Repair and MaintenanceHonda Pilot Maintenance ScheduleHonda Pilot Problems(18)Honda Pilot Repair EstimatesHonda Pilot Q&A(384)Honda Pilot Recalls(27)Honda Pilot ShopsHonda Pilot Reviews(42) Car Care AdviceBlogEncyclopedia Most Common Honda Pilot ProblemsWarped Front Please try again later.

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How do I make an alien technology feel alien? Enter Keywords or a Phrase: Be sure to visit our other websites: Auto Repair Yourself Carley Automotive Software OBD2HELP Random-Misfire Scan Tool Help TROUBLE-CODES Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... so i had another headlight bulb and i switched it out...low beams still do not work. Honda Pilot Headlights Not Working I'll post some additional pictures once I've gotten the connector cleaned up.

Dirt can be removed by cleaning the headlight covers, but moisture inside the sealed housing means it is leaking. Wants $750.00 to fix. Fuse no. 30. http://haiteq.com/not-working/car-headlights-not-working.php Upvote (1)Flag inappropriate2003 Honda Pilot 140,000 mi, Visitorboth high beams are out.

Dealers charge a fortune for new headlight housings, so look for aftermarket reproduction headlight housings on ebay or online. Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Dec 2003 Location: Orlando, FL Age: 32 Posts: 4 Rep Power: 0 no, but i got it fixed, thanks for your replies! Welcome Guest, is this your First Visit? Two sheet metal (philips head) and one like a No. 6 machine screw (philips head) in the front cover center.

If the replaced one is still going, I'd say it was installed at the factory right after a chicken dinner. Dealer checked it out and said nothing was wrong. TSA broke a lock for which they have a master key. Replacing the p...Verified for the Honda Pilot29 reportsShim to Correct Chirping Timing BeltA chirp noise from the timing belt area can be caused by a tilted idler pulley.

That would at least rule out fuses and bulbs. checked all fuses and relays they are all okay. You probably are getting pretty good mileage out of the 39,000 mile one that just died.Let me know what you find out.ThanksPhil Judged: 6 3 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! Use a sharp blade to pop the cover apart along the side seams.

The module may be located in the front area of the engine compartment (common on Fords), under the dash or elsewhere in the front of the vehicle. A typical automotive incandescent headlamp (halogen or regular) has a service life that may range from 600 to as much as 2000 hours of use. I am filing a complaint with the NHTSA. I also cleaned the pins on the switch unit itself.

They had no answer for driver bulb. LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 01-20-2005, 02:03 PM #1 dlric Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Oct 2001 Location: west, ma, usa Posts: 1,457 low beams don't work As the housing cools and contracts, the low-beam headlamp function may return. Driving on rough roads may cut that life short by causing the delicate filament inside the bulb to fail prematurely.

DO NOT attempt to replace a steering column mounted headlight switch without first disconnecting the battery and waiting at least 20 minutes for the capacitors in the airbag circuit to discharge. will replace the dimmer switch on the steering colum tomorrow. Wants $750.00 to fix. I'm not an idiot.