well i had to pull my front bumper off to put the headlights on. I have a 1997 prelude so i don't know what year you have but i would guess the front bumper will have to come off.
The question is a little hard to understand, but it sounds like your low-beam is out
They as designed to "dim" when headlights are on to reduce "glare" try adjusting dash dimmer switch
The headlights go up and down when you turn the headlights on. If they are not going up or down they may be disconnected from the motor. You would have to take the headlights out to see if they are disconnected or not.
I had a problem with my headlights going off, not the high beams. Replaced the rectangular silver can thingy at the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side. I put a higher rated one in, which is a no no, but it solved the problem of the headlights going out.
You can only turn off the headlights by applying the emergency brake. When the emergency brake is on, the headlights will not light. Otherwise the best of my expererience is that they are on all the time. If you have remote start, put the emergency brake on before you leave the vehicle and when you remote start it, the headlights will not be on, but the driving lights (if switch is on) will be on as well as the parking lights.
You cannot actually turn off the lights while the car is driving or in any gear but park. If you would want to turn the lights off while you are parked for some reason, put the car in park, turn off the car completely, pull the emergency brake up, then restart the car. This overrides the headlights and they will stay off while the car is running-however, as soon as you release the emergency brake- the headlights turn back on.
if both headlights went put it is probably a blown fuse
you might have a short in your alternator. In my car the headlights would dim when I put on the brakes or tried to use cigerette lighter to power up my phone.
If you put the bulbs in at the same time, they would die out at the same time.
Sounds like the high beams are burnt out. Rare that both burnt out at the same time but not impossible.
On the left side there should be a stick for your windshield wipers and a nob on the dash semi-close to the button for the trunk. You turn that nob to set the lights inside and outside the car. The windshield wiper stick if you pull it down, or towards the dash- it should put your brights on.
that's something normal. most likely this happens during the day. headlights will only stay on after putting in park when is dark unless you turn them on by ur self.
It might be because of moisture. Mine would go out every time it rained. I had my mechanic put a new silicon seal on the headlights and that solved it for me.
Firstly, turn the ignition on but don't start the engine, then turn the headlights on, then off, then turn them back on, then off again. (so twice on, twice off) the car should beep at you twice indicating this function has been switched on. To switch off, repeat the same steps above and the car will only beep once.
put aomething concave and shiny like chrome in your rear window and they will back off.....
Stop the car in a safe place at night. Put the car into neutral and apply the handbrake. Switch on the headlights. Get out of the car and look to see that the headlights are working.
This is caused by one of your headlights being out most likely the brights. turn the car on switch from brights to normal and daylight lights and you will see on is out, you just need to replace the headlights Did you find out the answer? I want to know because mine is doing the same thing. Thanks! email@example.com Along with the blinking you should hear clicking, the clicking is a faulty daylight running light relay. The DRL Relay is the located in the fuse box. I installed HIDs in my 04 cavy and when the daytime runners are used they do not supply enough power to the Catalyst. so i have to turn them on manually to get them to stop blinking. (daytime dash light also blinks) its kinda cool when u accidentally pull someone over with flickering headlights lol. i just wanted to throw my personal experience curve ball.
Yes it will fit but im pretty sure the 03-04 and 05 headlights are the same the 06+ coupes have clear headlights
I realize that this is going to sound pretty dumb BUT....... Take the turn signal apart, totally, and wire brush all the connections very well. It sounds like you are getting a feed back through the ground. Do the same with the headlights. Put a little dielectric grease on the bulbs before putting them back into the sockets.
bad timer or switch check your fuses as well you can take you batteree post off and put them back on to see if it will reset your cumputer brain
what would be the reason, i just put a new battery in car, but does not register power to headlights nor fuel pump
Yes! Pilots are very careful about their night vision, and you -will- upset them if you put your headlights in their eyes. This is not to say that you should turn all your lights off though. You should have your parking lights on, as well as turning on your four-way blinkers (hazard lights) whenever driving on the airport ramp.
If you want to do it buy your self put tooth paste on the headlight and rub it in and then rinse it off with water repeat these steps and it should become clearer