On my 87 Cutlass Ciera the hi/low switch for the headlights is actually bolted to the steering column, not quite half way down, towards the left-hand side (close to the clamp which attaches the steering column to the underside of the dash). The switch is pressed by a steel rod that snakes its way up the steering column to the turn signal lever.
same as low speed relay its call fan mode
current relay are using for over current low state & high state.but potential relay are related to voltage.
Under the hood on the drivers side is a distribution box, remove the cover and the low speed and high speed fan relays are inside there.
It depends on your location.
it is because at a high tide it is high waves and at a low tide it is smooth steady low water.
does nissan skyline have a relay for high beam hidden somewhere ? if you know let me know ,have low beam but not high and the bulbs are fine
The low and medium speeds run thru a resistor. The high speed runs thru a relay. The relay or possibly the switch itself may be bad.
The Blower Motor Relay is shot! You have 2 one for high speed and one for low, they are located under the dash either in the center of the vehicle or off to the right more near the blower motor itself. In some trucks like my 93 Chevy C1500 the high and the low relay are the same part but in other trucks they are 2 different parts. If your stuck on high the low relay needs to be replaced and on stuck on low the high needs replacing. Happy fixing!
I'm not sure if it is the same on a 98 as an 04. But on an 04 there is a relay box under the hood that has a relay for high beams and a relay for low beams. On an 04, it is on the driver's side behind the battery. You can check the relay by popping it out and exchanging it with another one that is working. Hope this helps
You will know by checking to see if you have voltage on both the low side and the high side. This relay is just a device that controlled by a low amp circut that closes and opens the circut for the high amp circut which would be the fuel pump feed. You can change the relay from the horn relay or other similar relay and swap them to see if you problem is gone.
Engine cooling fans are protected by relays in the engine compartment power distribution . fuse box.1995-1998Relay B - high speedRelay H - low speed1999-2003Relay 301 - high speedRelay 303 - low speedSee "Related Questions" below for links for online Owners Manuals to figure which relay is whichLook under the hood near the battery for the fuse box. The relay should be a large relay near the front of the car. Usually numbered 301 or 303 (One is for low speed fan and the other is for high speed cooling fan) Check your owner's manual. My 2000 Taurus manual lists the location of all the relays and fuses in the under hood power box.
Low voltage to operate relay controlling high CURRENT circuits (currant is a dried fruit).
low pressure side is the line which runs from the condensor to the compressor.low pressure goes in , high comes out.high side is line going to the cooler mounted on the front of the radiator
Most likely the headlight relay. The relay switches between high and low beams. As low beams are used more, they are the relay contacts more prone to corrosion
No, they are not the same. A resistor is a current reducer and a relay is essentially a switch (using low voltage to switch high voltage on/off)
Bad low beam relay or dimmer switch
try checking ur high-bea fuses and relays
next to battery ,black cover with relays inside it
Sorry but it is not a relay. It is a power transistor voltage regulator board located on the center area of the firewall and controlled by the Climate control computor. I have an 89 with low speed blower working only. I tapped into the module wire connection to a small switch I installed under the dash for high speed operations.
Check the low speed relay and the resistor at the motor
Low to high beam is the lever on the steering column, if there is a problem, look there first...
This depends on the location and month.
This is describes the condition at the location a short-circuit fault.
The high beam may be blown. ---- Bad relay.
possibly a high speed blower relay. If the the ac works on all speeds but high, this is my bet. You should be able to pick up a replacement relay at most parts stores.