You have to pull the headlight assembly out. There is a lever on the inside of the car around the assembly that you lift (rotate) to unlock the assembly. If there's a lot of road dirt up there it can stick. Then you can pull the headlight out. Be carefull, on one side there's an additional "lock" that you have to press to release the lever. I found out the hard way when I snapped the lever off. After changing the bulb, there are two, one high and one low beam, installation is the reverse.
Check bulbs Check hi-low switch
Check your fuses.
Check the bulbs and then the multifunction switch (headlight switch)
is a switch to change to low beam is located under the emergency brake
change your bulbs and see if that's it.
Pull the turn signal switch toward you. First pull switches from low to high, second switches back to low.
lowIn the rain, it's best to use your:Low beams
yes it does.... one for each of the low beams and one for each of the high beam. because the daylight running lights work on the low beams at reduced intensity, they tend to burn out a whole lot more often
If you look closely to your bulb. Their is two wires in side. Only one comes on when switch is turned to low beams. Then switched to high beams both wires light up.
9006 on the low beams, 9005 on the high beam.
Your low beams are burnt out. that happens alot
Bad dimmer switch.
Your high beams work but your low beams do not because the switch is broken that switches between high and low beams. Electrical switches wear out.
low beams my have burned out
Pull straight out on the headlight knob. The low beams must be on too. The knob will twist into the low beam position if they are off. This is how it is on a 1999 Beetle.
Low beams...high beams will light up the snowflakes and actually impair vision.
As a guess both low beams are burnt out The daytime running and high beams are the same light filament. Or the fuse or the relay for the low beams.
Pull back on the turn signal lever to change from high beams to low beams If the turn signal lever is pushed forward the high beams stay on and if the turn signal lever is pulled back all the way that is the " flash to pass " feature
You should use low beams when driving in fog. It is more difficult to see driving with high beams in fog.
Low beams - high beams only light up the snow or fog which further impairs vision.
the low beams should not be on a fuse it will either be the dimmer switch or the headlight its self. for your problem i would check the dimmer switch first J.
Low beams in rain, fog or snow. Hi beams reflect off the rain or snow and blind you.
Headlights have two filaments; one for low beams and one for high beams. There is a good chance that the low beams are burnt out. This doesn't necessarily mean that the high beams won't work. However, it's not too common for both low beams to burn out at the same time. Of course, it could be a fluke. I would replace the headlights with new ones and then go from there.
Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help
Why all of a sudden the low beams dont work but everything else does.