There is a voltage regulator located on the internals of you alternator replace the altenator. Voltage regulator keeps voltage constant and stops spikes in power output, this is what is causing your headlights to blow.
i bet it wouldn't be hard to put the headlights on the radeo power that comes on when the ignition is on...
Symptoms indicate the timing chain broke or came loose.
Headlights - Cat Power song - was created in 1993.
The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.
Bad switch? Headlight Relay Fuse/Breaker needs replacement
When a cars headlights, AC, and radio are losing power, it is possible the alternator.
If you still have power after the click then the problem is probably a faulty starter solenoid or relay. If no power after the click, check the battery cables for good connection.
If it is an aftermarket stereo then i would say that the installer tied into the dashboard illumination or headlight power wire for 12 volt power for the stereo.
check the fudes check headlights for power then check light switch
The starter in your E350 could be going bad. If the sensor or wiring is faulty, you will not get enough power.
That is usually a regulator problem. Most regulators are integral to the alternator, but there are always a few that aren't, just to frustrate owners who want to work on their own vehicles.
read your owners manual. or maybe it's because the headlights take alot of power.
because the battery is the source of the power for the headlights. there could be an issue with the battery or the alternator can be failing.
Headlights, since they require more power than the inside lights of a car.
If the car is running with 12 volts, you may want to buy new headlights. New bulbs on 12 volts are plenty bright. Before you put in new headlamps, clean up the contacts that they fit onto to make sure you are getting a good clean connection, and you aren't losing any power to a dirty connection.
Possibly the belt driving the power steering pump is worn or loose, and when wet, slips, causing the steering to get stiff.
its to conserve power to start veh. with full voltage to starter headlights will come on after starting car
Could be bad headlights, foggy or dirty headlight casing, poor power output (bad battery or alternator).
if you have no headlights the battery is dead or one of therminals is very corroded.
there are several possibilities, first: the fuse that provides power to the headlights could be blown out. second: the headlights could be burnt out. the other possibilities would require a professional diagnostics by a Subaru technician.
A fuse could be bad underneath your dash
The power it consumes
the load increases fuel consumption. you're car is probably out of gas. if its still losing power after refueling, try driving very closely behind semi-trucks. this will increase aerodynamics and thus power.
check your distributor..you might have a bad distrib. o'ring or gasket,causing oil to leak inside of distributor and flooding your iginitor ,causing it to louse power and die.......................how often does it happen. if not have someone or yourself check the fuel pump pressure.... good luck..............