Headlights do not work on an '03 Subaru Forester high beams and fog lights do work and when I switch to high beams or fog lights the black and blue relays behind the glove box are clicking?
If some of the lights work on the car and some are just clicking, there may be a short in some of the electrical wiring. There may also be a problem with the electrical relays, fuses, or actual bulbs.
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Forester has two fuse blocks. One is in the engine compartment on the left side behind the battery. The other one is low in the left side of the dash behind what appears to be an ash tray (mine is full of quarters)' Open that tray and pull up to unsnap the lower hinge. The fuse that you are seeking is in the panel right behind it. Good luck!
The heated front seats are an optional extra on the 1999 Subaru Forester. If you have them, the switches should be on the center console (between the driver seat and the passenger seat) just behind the gear shift lever. There should be two switches - one for the driver's seat and one for the passenger's seat. The switches each have 3 settings - off, lo, and hi.
It is part of the airconditioner system and is located (on a 2001 Forester) under the dash on the front passenger side (below the glove compartment). It is located behind the glove box and can be accessed by removing several screws and two clips on the right side of the glove box. See the "related link" below for pictures of the removal and installation.
Two fuse boxes. One is in the passenger compartment near the driver's left knee. A small pull out cup (that I use for change) has to be removed by pulling vertically until the bottom unhooks then removed from the opening. Fuses behind that. Second fuse block is in the engine compartment behind the battery. It is clearly marked
What is wrong when clicking sound comes from glove box All lights work except headlights won't work 1998 S10 blazer?
it's either in one of two places on the forester: 1 style is mounted to the gas fill pipe,you have to pull the right rear wheel it's behind the plastic cover mounted on the tube. the other is mounted inside the vehicle in the right rear , but you've got to remove the interior trim panel to get to it,it's on the inside wheel well. email@example.com
I HAVE A 1993 LINCOLN TOWNCAR AND THE WAY TO ADJUSTED THE HEADLIGHTS IS THERE ARE TWO SCREWS THAT HOLD THE HEADLIGHTS BEHIND THE HEADLIGHTS ITSELF. ONE IS ON THE TOP CORNER AND THE OTHER ONE ON THE BOTTOM CORNER THEY HAVE TREATHS ON THEM THE OTHER TWO ARE JUST PLACEMENT KNOBS FOR THE HEADLIGHTS. TRY TIGHTHEM OR LOSEN THE ACCORDINLY. THIS MAY WORK. v/r javier
If the clicking noise you are hearing from the rear panel in your Mountaineer is coming from the passengers side, you could be hearing the relay contact opening or closing for the automatic headlights (if equipped), rear window defrost, rear wiper, or a host of other features. Behind the trim panel in the rear passengers side are a bunch of the control modules, including Security and Body Control.
What is the difference between the 1999 dodge ram 1500 sport headlights and the standard headlights?
The standard headlights use one 9004 bulb per side, while the sport headlights use two bulbs, a 9004 and a 9007. Light output is better with the sport headlights. This info is for model years beginning in '94 and '99-01 sport headlights. Retrofitting requires adapting the wiring to the two bulb system and cutting some sheet metal behind the headlights for clearance.