Whatever controls the relay must be broken, if everything beyond the relay works.
where is the starter relay on 95 firebird
It is a relay (little box) under the hood in the fuse box on the drivers side
rear window defroster relay in a 97 Pontiac firebird
The wiper relay is located behind the fuse box, third socket from the drivers side. This relay controls the low speed and intermittent functions. It also controls the motor to "park" the wipers down rather than just stopping them. The 1st relay is for the E-flashers and turn signals and the 2nd relay is for the low/high beam headlights.
The ac relay on a 93 Firebird is located under the hood. It is in the powerbox. The lid of the box should have a diagram showing exact placement of the relay.
Yes, there is a headlight relay,
The 1994 Pontiac Firebird horn relay switch can be found on the inside of the front quarter panel. The horn relay switch will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
The 1986 Pontiac Firebird fan relay switch can be found on the back of the fan motor. The relay switch is connected to the fan motor by two retaining screws.
You can find the 1994 Pontiac Firebird window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
Headlights are on a relay. It may have fused shut. The relay maybe in with the fuses. Some have a delay going off which may have failed.
It sounds like you either have a bad headlight switch or the relay the controls your headlights has gone bad by sticking. you, Ray
Each light has a separate relay that should be mounted to the inner fender near each light. They are approx an inch square. There is also an isolator relay for both lights mounted on the radiator support. To get to it, the stock air cleaner box will have to be removed. The relay looks identical to the individual relays...but it's not the same internally.
In the 1995 Firebird, the power lock door relay is located in the door panel. Some times a fuse can blow or a wire can short, which would end up in needing a new fuse or a new relay.
loss of vacume used to pop of the lights depending on the model...corvets as well as volkswagons use to use the vacume lines to not only run the lights that popup but keep air in your spare as well! week motors on the head lights can make that happen. also there is a relay that controlls the headlights could be that also. AnswerThe gears in the headlight bucket are made of plastic and can or will strip over time, there is a kit that you can replace these gears that are made of brass and will last longer. Also there is a relay on the driver side front inside fender that controls the headlights up and down movement. Answer If there not going up all the time but they come down fine then you may have a bad Isolation relay. My 84 the headlights would not go up but would go down fine if you raised them manually I found that water had gotten in to the isolating relay and destroyed it. You can get a new relay from Fierostore.com but there around $40 but you can make one your self for under $10. what I did was take the old one apart then get a relay from radio shack and wire it to mach. if you can solder then it should only take you about 5 min to fix and I can send you a diagram on what you need and what to do. A100rinchhead@yahoo.com subject fiero headlights
The flasher relay for the turn signals on a 1997 Firebird is located under the dash on the passenger side of the steering column support. The hazard flasher relay is located under the dash on the driver's side of the steering column support.
no, the headlights are activated by the front control module via an internal driver.
The head light relay should be marked in the relay centre.
On the drivers side firewall
driver side kick panel
On the core support, drivers side of the radiator.
Driver side, against the firewall
Bad switch? Headlight Relay Fuse/Breaker needs replacement
If both headlights went out at the same time it could be a blown fuse or a failed headlight relay.
I dont think that the 1990 4Runner had daytime running lights so you would have to turn them on yourself. Otherwise the headlights each have their own fuse and a relay in the engine compartment, if these are not bad then it may be the switch.