Low beams are burned out.
sounds like you need a new dimmer switch or you have a loose wire , probly ground wire
if all other lights are working, i would start with the reverse light switch.this is usually located on the side of the transmission
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.
If it is one car - you would use "The car's beams" - If it is more than one car, you would use "The cars beams"
low beams my have burned out
The fuse Module has gone out, replacing it should fix the problem
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.
check fuse for the running light module.
Bad dimmer switch.
Check your owners manual.
To Troubleshoot simply means to diagnose the cause of a malfunction. an example would be if your taillights weren't working. using a volt meter or test light you could test to see if the fuse had blown, you had an open wire, or both tail light bulbs were bad.
hmm as you ask what happened to high beams, i am going to assume that low beam works. id this is correct i would say that your low/high beam switch needs replacing
fuse, bulbs or switch
I would suspect the dimmer switch. But could be a bad wire/short.
I would look for a blown fuse. Make sure ignition switch returns completely to the run position, after starting.
Check fuse and headlight switch itself. The switch and its plug are probably melted.
Bad bulbs?Bad Hi-low switch?
The first stepÊto determine why a fan is not working would be to check the fusebox. If there is no fuse, or the fuse is fine, the next step would be to look at the switch controlling the fan. If those appear fine, the fan itself may be busted and in need of repair.
Because there are two different bulbs for the hi-beams and lo-beams
Beams are used when you are driving with no one in the affected area, and you lack the extra light that you would normally have when in "town" or suburban area.
I'd be looking at a faulty headlight or stalk switch.
Check the fuses.
Check for a spot of corrosion!
Your headlights are burnt out. Ever see a car coming at you with their high beams on and when they turn them off they only have one or none. Check with the parts store but that would be the easiest problem