Could be a fuse or the wiring in the car
if your headlight if blow and you have changed the headlight and it still does not work then most likely its the plug that plugs into the light itself i just went through all that and its the actual lamp plug you have to change
realign the head lights, check battery termninals
Yes as it's still defective, best get it repaired.
Did you reset the light? I don't know what gasket you changed, but undoubtedly that was not the problem. The check engine light comes on when there is a problem with the emissions system.
If your light bulb is good, then it could be a wiring issue or a fuse issue. A fuse is cheap to replace, so start with that first. If after replacing the fuse, your headlight bulb is still not working, try a good bulb with your adapter. If it doesn't work, then it's wiring issue.
No. The lens diffuses the light and a bare bulb is not legal
This light has to be reset by the person doing the oil change. It is not automatic when the oil is changed.
There are hundreds of things that can couse a check engine light. You need to have it checked for codes.
if it's the mk7 fiesta, then it should still be in warranty, the column will need greasing if its the mk7.
I changed your battery?? I don't think so. I think your alternator is your problem!
Did you check the fuse?
If you still can't find it after this answer ask a game master,it is on the Fiesta website its under the downloads tab.
You change the bulb for the right headlight the exactly same way as you changed the left only opposite. If you are replacing one headlight, even if the other still works it is best to replace them in pairs, for lights can dim and if you have a bright bulb and a dim bulb you could be in danger of distracting other drivers and causing an accident.
I had a Volvo 245 (Wagon) that had the same problem: I could not get one of my low beams to work. I found that the problem was not the bulb, the relay, etc. The problem was the connector at the back of the headlight bulb. You can easily take an automotive test light and "pierce" the wires at the back of the bulb. One of the wires is ground and piercing each of the other wires should light the test bulb at the dim setting and high beam setting. If you cannot get the test light to light at the connector to the headlight bulb, you can start "piercing" and moving farther "upstream" on the wiring to that particular headlight. Consult a "Haynes" type manual and look at the wiring diagram for the car. Remember that one of the three wires coming to the back of the bulb is ground.
it has to be reset if you disconnect the battery for a few minutes should do it
Check with test light ,be sure you have power going to light. Second check ground wire for that headlight!! I have found over years that bad ground connections are 99 % of light troubles.
that's the complete oposite to mine! mine just keeps blowing hot air out! changed the thermostat and still nothing changed, in the end i just unhooked so it constantly blows cool air gonna be a problem in the summer!
Check the wires that plug into the light sounds like a bad groung or no power goining to the headlight. If that's not the problem check the dimmer switch.
all my light work,changed my break light switch still dont have break lighs,i have good grounds
Take your vehicle down to the local AutoZone or parts store and have them check the voltage output of your alternator. If it's to low/high, this will cause your light to stay on.
The ford fiesta has the best price and fuel efficient ratings for small compact cars. The fiesta is still large enough to get things accomplished, but still maintains the efficiency.
No, because according to Einstein, there is nothing that can travel faster than the speed of light. For example, if there is a headlight on the front of a train that is travelling 60 km/h, the light coming from the front of the train is still only going at the speed of light despite the speed of the train.
i changed the running light bulbs (3 of 4 are out) on Chevy 2005 trailblazer, and they still don't come light up?
According to WSP (WA State patrol) anything that decreases the output of light from stock/ factory is considered illegal. Though, many people still do it.