I just bought my '92 stealth that had been sitting for 9 years, the headlight doors were frozen. take some penitrating oil and get it on every single moving part in there ... the joints for the arms, the small connections, anything that moves. let it sit, then do it again. try turning the lights on, if they still dont work get a friend to put his ear under the hood and listen, you should be able to here the switch clicking in and out as you try to raise the head lights.
No. The auto shutdown relay powers the fuel system.
The auto shut down relay is located under the hood, an the passenger side, in the fuse and relay box.
last relay behind the battery.
The relay is under the Left front Fender.
Have you looked for the fuseable link down by the starter? Check the switch, it may be the culprit. check the headlight relay
you cant, you can turn headlights on to full beam by holding down the "X" button
Relay switch in door is bad, replace relay switch. Remove interior door panel and you will find relay switch.
Slow down! That's the easiest answer. Make sure your headlights are clean of dirt, debris, and bugs. Take your car to an auto repair place if you want to properly align your headlights, which maximizes the distance you can see. Also replacing your headlights with Xenon headlights will increase your visibility.
Certainly inside the fuse box at the left of the dahsboard!
No voltage from Auto shut down relay. This is one of those codes that comes up when something else is wrong. The auto shut down relay kills everything, sets the code and send you down the wrong path. The relay can go bad but often is not. Usually a crank sensor or other critical sensor fails and the computer triggers the ASD.
The headlights go up and down when you turn the headlights on. If they are not going up or down they may be disconnected from the motor. You would have to take the headlights out to see if they are disconnected or not.
There are screws to adjust them just above the light assy.
Pull down the park brake release door and it is accessable.
The flasher relay is located on the fuse block, which is accessed by a plastic door under the dash just to the right of the steering column. Once this door is opened, the relay block snaps out and down. The flasher relay is a round aluminum can plugged in to the back or side of this fuse block
The computer uses it to control the power supply to the fuel pump, injectors, and ignition coil.
In the Caravan its behind the battery, theres afew black boxes, the relay should be the first black box you come to.
Click the cars so the headlights are pointing like this: Up Up Down Up Down Down check the related link for a video guide on how this can be done.
Click the cars so the headlights points this way: Up Up Down Up Down Down Check the related link for a video guide of how this can be done.
The wiper relay is located behind the fuse box, third socket from the drivers side. This relay controls the low speed and intermittent functions. It also controls the motor to "park" the wipers down rather than just stopping them. The 1st relay is for the E-flashers and turn signals and the 2nd relay is for the low/high beam headlights.
There's a small box under the hood on the driver's side that houses these. They are marked as H/L up and H/L down.
loss of vacume used to pop of the lights depending on the model...corvets as well as volkswagons use to use the vacume lines to not only run the lights that popup but keep air in your spare as well! week motors on the head lights can make that happen. also there is a relay that controlls the headlights could be that also. AnswerThe gears in the headlight bucket are made of plastic and can or will strip over time, there is a kit that you can replace these gears that are made of brass and will last longer. Also there is a relay on the driver side front inside fender that controls the headlights up and down movement. Answer If there not going up all the time but they come down fine then you may have a bad Isolation relay. My 84 the headlights would not go up but would go down fine if you raised them manually I found that water had gotten in to the isolating relay and destroyed it. You can get a new relay from Fierostore.com but there around $40 but you can make one your self for under $10. what I did was take the old one apart then get a relay from radio shack and wire it to mach. if you can solder then it should only take you about 5 min to fix and I can send you a diagram on what you need and what to do. A100rinchhead@yahoo.com subject fiero headlights
The adjusting screws for the low beam headlights on a 2004 Mini are on the sides of the headlights. There is a screw on the side for adjusting from one side to the other. There is also a screw on the bottom for adjusting up or down.
Possibly turning on the headlights at dusk. the auto lamp is your daytime running headlights, their on all the time when you start your car and when you stop your car they go off automatically after a min. or two. you can turn this off buy simply turning the switch down i believe, wait until nighttime and then try it out.
only if they have an arrow pointing down at the door. other than that then no.