Try this ----I just did it. Use Rubbing Compound on the lens just as you would on your car. I did it twice--what a difference!
use a wet vac with a small ling nozzel, insert into the headlite hole then reseal headlite
how to adjust headlite on 1995 nissian pickup
Check the headlite switch.
on our 99, i have to remove the headlite assembly to get to the horn. there is one on each side
depends on the year, but on the newer models its super easy. open the hood. right above the headlite you will see an "L" shaped bar. its about 1/4" in diameter. that's the locking pin for the headlite. unlatch it and slide it to the side and out. you will be able to tilt the whole headlite forward, giving you access to the bulbs and their connectors. undo the connector on the faulty bulb, twist it out and replace. simple. no need for even reaiming.
I have a 2001 Gc, Radiator cooling fan didn't work. there is a control relay located under the front bumper cover below the passenger side headlite that had to be replaced. A BIG job unless you cheat. I watched the mechanic. He removed the headlite assembly, then cut a sq. hole in the bumper cover that is concealed by the headlite to get to the relay. Once replaced he used some epoxy to re-attach the piece of bumper he cut out. put the headlite back and I was on my way. He said it saved me a few hundred bucks in labor if he had done it the way Jeep outlines it. HOPE THIS HELPED YOU OUT J.A.D.
1) bad bulb - try switching them 2) bad ground
Remove the front grill. clips on top and pull up and towards you, careful of the clips under the headlites not to break them. remove 4- 8mm bolts. Detach bulb harness. Pull headlite towards and do the above steps in reverse to replace the headlite.
it could be you headlite switch or a broken wire under ur car
There could be a switch that has gone bad in the headlight. The entire assembly will more then likely need to be replaced.
secret sliding door in wheel arch directly behind headlite dont forget to slide it shut
there is a recall on the headlite switch on those models---i worke at Honda for 15 years--call the dealer--will fix at no charge
when you open the hood it should be right there behind the headlite a black box with a large hose going to the plenum the box should have 4 clips on it .unclip it and the filtre is about maybe 6in by9in & an inch thick.
I just replaced mine yesterday. It is under the left side of the dash, there is a pink box (headlite/seatbelt buzzer), pull it out and right above it is 2 flashers, one for hazards and one for turn signals.
you can order hid headlite bulb conversion kits from e bay. they run from 80.00 to 400.00
TRY THIS OPEN HOOD--WITH ONE HAND PUSH IN ON THE HEADLITE, WITH THE OTHER HAND, INSIDE, PULL UP ON A WHITE PLASTIC RETAINING CLIP---THE ASSEMBLY IS RELEASED--PULL IT OUT, FORWARD, THEN CHANGE BULB AND REINSTALL. BUDSBAND
Check the vaccuum lines for a leak. or the headlite switch itself may have a leak in the air lines. If they won't close...that's where I started on mine and found the leak, sealed it and it fixed it right up
You access it through the fender. Turn the steering wheel fully one way or the other depending on which headlight you are removing. You must remove 2 plastic clips and pry the fender liner back. This is in your owner's manual.
Open the hood and look for a acess hole in the radiater support bracket just above the headlite. You will need a long torx screw driver to reach the adjustment screw (only one for each lite). Good luck.
open your hood. the filter is inside that big black plastic box on the passenger side front of the engine compartment, right behind the headlite. its got a couple of clips on it holding the cover down and a corrugated hose running off toward the throttle body.
MAKE SURE HEADLIGHTS ARE OFF!! the low beam headlite. pass side go to the pass side wheel well. there is a panal there (look towards the front of car) unscrew the panal and remove. take bulb out, replace bulb. put the panel back on.
No, this is a solid state switch. They cost about $75 to $100. If neither high or low beams work it could be the switch. If one works and the other not look at the headlight relays in the fuse box.
Well, if the bulb is working, you might have a dirty connection either at the bulb plug, or there might be a loose ground somewhere. Sadly, I'm not sure where that system grounds. I'd carefully unplug the lamp (don't touch the glass with your fingers .... skin oil can destroy them) and shoot some WD-40 into the socket to clean it out and try again.Also, as your car is an older model like mine, it may be that your headlight cover is frosted over, blocking some of the light emitted. When I had a lamp burn out, I replaced both sides with factory replacements. They were not bright enough due to that frosting over effect. I had to replace the new lamps with brighter than standard lamps. It helped, but not as much as replacing the headlight cover would.
Just to replace the bulb, open the hood, there should be a small plastic panel above the head lites, remove it, the bulb with the holder twist out. Then plug the new bulb in and replace. If you need to replace the whole headlite, the unit is available for about $ 45.00 and that includes 55 w bulbs, 60w for the high's, new lens, with adjusters. Due to age the plastic yellows and the lites are not as bright as before, therefor, the new units are a good deal. Takes about an hour to change both sides. Just have to remove the clips from the inside.
I'm not at all qualified in electronics but I would use an ordinary ohmmeter. Put one lead to a bare metal part of the bike and touch the other lead to each of the three prongs of the headlite. one of them should show zero resistance and that one should be ground. (I think!)