Check the relay, there are 3 drl relay siting rigth above the radiator.
The bulb socket twists out counter clockwise 1/4 a turn. Then remove the socket from the housing. Remove the bulb from the socket and replace with a new one. installations is reverse.
Check the bulb Check to see if you are getting power to the socket
HEADLAMP (OUTER SIDE), FOR LOW BEAM (XENON) Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove headlamp. Turn the plastic cap counterclockwise and unlock it. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to unlock it. Unlock the retaining spring and remove the bulb from the headlamp. Install in reverse order of removal. CAUTION: After installing the bulb, be sure to install the plastic cap securely to ensure watertightness. HEADLAMP (OUTER SIDE), FOR LOW BEAM (HALOGEN) Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove headlamp. Turn the plastic cap counterclockwise and unlock it. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the bulb terminals. Unlock the retaining spring and remove the bulb from the headlamp. Install in reverse order of removal. CAUTION: After installing the bulb, be sure to install the plastic cap securely to ensure watertightness. HEADLAMP (INNER SIDE), FOR HIGH BEAM Remove headlamp. Turn the bulb counterclockwise to remove it. Installation is reverse order of removal. Removal and Installation REMOVAL Remove the front fascia. Refer to"FRONT BUMPER" . Ensure lighting switch is OFF. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the headlamp mounting bolts. Pull the headlamp toward the front of the vehicle, disconnect connectors, and remove from vehicle. INSTALLATION Install in the reverse order of removal, taking care of the following point. Headlamp mounting bolts: Tightening Torque: 4.4 - 6.4 N.m (0.45 - 0.65 kg-m, 39 - 56 in-lb) DISASSEMBLY Turn the low beam plastic cap counterclockwise to unlock and remove it. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to unlock and remove it (xenon). Disconnect the electrical connectors from the bulb terminals (halogen). Unlock the retaining springs and remove the low beam bulb. Release the ballast (ignitor) and remove from the plastic cap (xenon). Turn the high beam lamp socket counter clockwise to unlock and remove it. Turn the front turn signal lamp bulb socket counterclockwise and unlock it. Remove the front turn signal lamp bulb from its socket. ASSEMBLY Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly.
My 1995 lexus es300 high beam is not working tune it on is not working, i check the fuels and is good. Is any one know what the problem is?
I have the HID headlights for low beam and the halogen lights for high beams. The halogen lights also serve as daytime running lights. I noticed one day that the running lights weren't working and the high beams weren't either. I traced the problem to the light bulb socket--seemed one of the connectors in the socket had gotten hot and melted the socket. I replaced the socket (passenger side) and both started working (evidently they are wired in series). After about 7 months I noticed them off again. I looked and the same socket (passenger side) had melted again. I went to the auto parts place and bought a "heavy duty" socket and replaced it again. After 1 year they are both still working.
Yes, It is ofcourse a determinate beam of degree of indeterminacy = 0 if we remove the moment at support, it works as a mechanism. So, it is determinate...
Bad bulb? Bad socket? Bad wiring to socket?
the high and low beam work on the same bulb... if your low beam isn't working the problem is electrical
TO CHANGE A LOW BEAM HEADLIGHT YOU FIRST OPEN THE HOOD THERE SHOULD BE THREE PLASTIC GROMETS WITH A REMOVEBLE CENTERD. REMOVE THESE CENTERS AND THE PLASTIC PIECE WILL LIFT OFF. THEN THERE ARE TWO TORX SCREWS THAT HOLD THE HEADLIGHT RING IN PLACE THE OTHER SIDE IS HINGED AND WILL SWING OUT OF THE WAY. YOU MAY HAVE TO USE A SOCKET FOR THIS .
remove the battery
With a span of only 8" you can probably use a wood beam, but without a set of plans no one can accurately answer your question.
Support the load whatever it is, roof, second floor, generally by putting a temporary beam under the joist inside of the existing wall, tear the wall out and put in a beam to carry the load. How big the beam needs to be depends on what the load is and how long the span is. Support the beam on each end and remove the temporary beam. These are the general steps, each project is going to be slightly different and has to be figured on it's own.
Look in the back of the sealed headlight. You should see two connector, one for the high beam and one for the low beam. Twist the connector counter-clockwise to release and remove the socket. Replace the light bulb being careful not to get dirt or oil from your hands on it since this will reduce the lifetime. Re-insert the holder and twist clockwise to secure.
the low and high beam are in one bulb. remove the battery and air filter and you will have access to them
How do I remove the left low beam headlight on a 2002 Cadillac Sedan Deville? I found 3 bolts, but there is something holding it near the fender side of the assembly.
How to replace a headlamp depends on the year of your Celebrity For a Celebrity from 1982 to 1986: 1. Remove the headlight door. 2. Take out the four screws that hold the headlight retainer in place. 3. Pull the sealed beam headlight out far enough to unplug the connector. Reverse the steps to put in a new sealed beam headlight. For 1987 through 1990: 1. Reach behind the composite headlight and give the appropriate socket slight twist to unlock it. The socket will come out of the headlight unit. 2. Unplug the old halogen bulb, plug in a new bulb. 3. Put the socket back in place and twist to lock it in.
don't they have differnet energy requirements and you can end up with dead batteries or worse 177
Open the hood, remove the rubber cover for the high beam bulb (inboard bulb, closer to the radiator), remove high beam bulb and next to it inside the light assembly is the position light bulb. Using a pair of long and 45degree needle nose pliers gently grab the position light bulb socket and pull it straight out! Do not pull on wires and I had to remove my air filter box cover to get my big hands behind the light assembly! Bulb is a W5W, buy it before starting this job!
Replace low beam on Chrysler T&C HELPHeadlight replacement is usually quite easy, but this one has me stumped. The high beam is a breeze, but the low beam replacement appears to require removal of the whole unit (which I doubt). So what am I doing wrong? The lowbeam bulb replacement does require removal of the housing. There are 4 short bolts-one on top, and 3 on back (all 10mm socket) that need to be removed to pull the housing straight forward to access the lowbeam bulb. It is also helpful to remove the air filter compartment to access the 2 lower nuts on the headlight housing. Don't pull the housing out to quick as the lamp socket will still be attached to the headlight housing.
you need to replace the high/low beam switch
LOW BEAM: there is a rubber gasket that surrounds the headlight. Unplug the wire harness by pressing in the tab at the back of the plug and pulling on the plug. Remove the rubber gasket and the headlight is just behind it. You will then see a wire clip that is spring loaded that hooks on a clip that holds in the bulb. The low beam bulb is an H7. It is also importnat to realize the adapter connected to the low beam bulb. It may be stuck quite well, so be careful. The passenger side is crowded by the washer fluid resevoir. HIGH BEAM: the high beam can be removed by unplugging the wire harness by pressing the tab at the back of the plug and pulling on the plug. Turn the headlight socket to the unlock position and remove the bulb. The high beam bulb is a 9005 Please note: DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS BULB WITH YOUR BARE HANDS. If you do touch it, clean it immediately. The oils from your skin can cause premature bulb failure.
On the backside of the headlamp assembly you will see large plastic disc with fins sticking off of it. You need to grab this plastic disc in turn it counterclockwise to disengage the tabs and remove it. This can be fairly stiff due to the O-ring sticking on this cover plate. Once this is removed you will see the ball assembly that is held in with a steel spring clip. You have to push down on the one end of the spring clip and unhook from the latch and swivel it out-of-the-way. This will allow the bulb to be removed from the headlight assembly. Depending on your accessories and plastic shielding that you have not removed that is the hardest part of getting to the back of the headlights sometimes. Read more: Lexus GS 350: how do you replace a low beam headlight bulb - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/lexus/5w3ws-lexus-gs-350-replace-low-beam-headlight-bulb.html#ixzz2FdRpW9Tz
You must remove the front bumper!
The entire headlight assembly must come out to access. Usually there are three plastic clips per side.