There is a recall on 2004-2005 Headlights due to faulty wiring overheating and killing power to headlights while the high beams will still work. Light Blue wire from headlight relay to splice 102 behind cluster.Splice is bad.Light blue wire continues on from there to combination switch at the column.It is not necessary to repair the actual wire,just splice in a 16 ga wire at both end which has been passed through the firewall through a hole punched in a grommet which exists in the firewall just to 10 oclock of the brake booster as seen from the engine side of the wall.The recall is of little value,the economy shut down most of the GM Daewoo/Suzuki dealers in my area,I suspect it is universal.
Blown fuse or the lights are just blown and need replacing.
The dim lights on a 1994 Grand Prix could go out when the headlamp switch is on if there is a short in the wiring for the headlights. There could also be a problem with the bulbs themselves if they were touched during installation. The oils in the fingers can short out new headlights.
First check your fuses if none are blown then check the switch.
If the headlights are not coming on in a 1997 Lumina, it could be a problem with the headlight switch. It could also be a fuse or the headlight relay.
If the motors are working, then there has to be a problem between the motors and the lights. If they are only "working" though if you bench test them, and they don't actually do anything when you turn on the lights, then there must be an electrical problem such as a break in a wire or a bad ground to the motors.
check the fuse
If parking and tailights are working could be headlight switch--rheostat for dimming control could be bad
i was driving in the rain last night my headlights and wipers quit working and i stop the car for 15 minutes and they starting working again and they are still working what could have cause this my car is 2002 cavalier
Yes it could.
the problem could be that the enegn is jamed
If it has a power distribution panel under the hood--check fuses and relays in there
that's definatly your voltage regulator i had the same problem on mine
relay in the hood fuse box HDM relay (Headlamp Driver Module)
the carbaretta could have blown mate
humm, This is strange because the DRLs (day time running lights) usually function from the same bulb as the headlights, in other words the headlights are always on so people dont forget to turn their lights on at night so if this is the case you have no problem. The only thing that might indicate a problem would be if the dash lights do not come on when the headlights are on, If this is the case then the turn signal switch could be at fault, otherwise I see no problem with the lights. Granted this could be the case or not but based on the question this is the best diagnosis I can provide, Good luck and I hope this helped
Could be a linkage problem..
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
My dashpanel lights stopped working in your Chevy Monte Carlo ss 2001 what could the problem be
I could not be sure about your particular problem, but I had to replace the Multi-Function and Turn signal switches in a 96 Lumina for similar strange problems of Brakes and signals not working in particular scenarios.
Could you be more specific? Is the battery dead, will the engine not turn over, are the headlights not working, etc.?
If the headlights on the 2004 GMC Envoy are not working, there could be a loose connection somewhere. If all of the other lights are working, it is most likely not a fuse that has blown. Double check the wiring to see if there is a loose connection.
The headlights on the 2002 Toyota Tacoma might work on dim but not on high beam because of a blown fuse. If the headlights are too dim to see properly in the dark, there could also be a problem with the alternator and the charging system in the vehicle.
Disassemble the headlights from your car. Use a hair dryer to dry all the water in your headlights. To prevent this problem happening again, make sure to check how did water get into your headlights in the first place. It could be various reasons: weather, headlight seals, and etc.. You can consider getting a new set of headlight if your headlight seals are bad.