If your lenses are cloudy looking, basically the only thing to do is rubbing compound and elbow grease and you will be able to get them pretty clear but that is about the only thing unless you can get the 96 LSC lights but they are pretty rare and the bulbs are almost impossible to find plus the price will be through the ceiling.
Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help Look at headlight lenses, if they are all clowdy, low beams will be dim and high beams will help
sounds like you have a short in the low and hgh beam switch take it to auto electrician
The most likely reason a low beam would be dim is that someone touched the bulb when installing it OR there is a leak in the headlamp body that allows moisture to collect inside the housing the bulb has gotten wet.
If by "dim headlights" you mean low-beams... the bulbs are bad and must be replaced.
as far as i know the drl are your high beams with a resistor to dim them
I think the low beam lamps have two filaments. So it's possible that those low beam filaments in the "low beam" lamps are burnt out. When the headlights are on dim, only the two outside bulbs burn. When the high beams are on then all four will burn.
The low beams and high beams are both H7 bulbs. The fog lights are H3's.
High beams are the "bright" setting of your headlights. The reason they are sometimes referred to as "high beams" is because when they are on high beam or bright setting, the lights are directed straight out, instead of a bit more downwards as they are on "low beam" or "dim".
lowIn the rain, it's best to use your:Low beams
The 2001 Subaru Forester has dual beam (both low and high beam are produced from the same bulb) so the low beams are in the exact same place as the high beams. Normally if your fogs are switched on and you're in low-beam mode, you should have fogs and low-beams. When you switch to high-beam, its just high-beams (fogs turn off normally). Both bulbs could be burnt out, but most likely its a fuse issue. See sources and related links below for more information on bulbs.
Your low beams are burnt out. that happens alot
the dim light has a bad ground. it is using the high beems of both lights as the ground. this leads to a voltage drop of about 7 volts on the dim light. then the high beem grounds through the driving lights of a lesser wattage and this leaves a voltage drop of only 3 volts at light so the light seems not to be on but it is , just very very dim. ck your ground going to the dim light!
one or more headlights don't work but others do.none of the headlights will work.high beams work but low beams don't and vice versa.lights flicker and sometimes go dim.
Bad dimmer switch.
Your high beams work but your low beams do not because the switch is broken that switches between high and low beams. Electrical switches wear out.
low beams my have burned out
The low beam lights should be set up as the outermost headlamps. All 4 will be on the when the "high beams" are switched on
An antonym for dim is low light
Low beams...high beams will light up the snowflakes and actually impair vision.
As a guess both low beams are burnt out The daytime running and high beams are the same light filament. Or the fuse or the relay for the low beams.
You should use low beams when driving in fog. It is more difficult to see driving with high beams in fog.
Low beams - high beams only light up the snow or fog which further impairs vision.
Low beams in rain, fog or snow. Hi beams reflect off the rain or snow and blind you.
Facing the engine, low left side of the engine .