That can be difficult to find. You'll need to isolate the problem by pulling plugs on different parts of the circuit and testing for shorts. It can be a lot of trouble and sometimes problems can just go away when you touch a wire. I hate trying to find those kinds of problems. There is no simple fix or special instructions. Turn everything off and then turn on one thing at a time to see what causes the fuse to blow. Remember that even though one thing can cause the fuse to blow, it might just be that the wire is shorted.
9006 for low beams and 9005 for high beams
CHECK FUSABLE LINKS AND THE IGNITION SWITCH.FOR 12VOLT REF
Pull the turn signal lever toward you. Do the same to turn them off.
If the high beam switch is broken that it should be replaced. When the unit is replaced the high beams will work again.
not with just your daytime running lights. but when you turn your park lights and low beams on, it should light up. not that big of a deal though
normally done by a switch located on the dashboard. To manually realign disproportionate head lights you need to face the car toward a wall and aligh the beams manually by adjusting the clibs and scres holding head light chasis in place
Bad bulbs Bad dimmer switch
if it's a Canada model, it's the daytime running lights relay, if us model, then check headlamp relay located in underhood fuse box (also that's where drl relay is)
Have you checked the drl relay?
the fog lights work with the low beams , they wont come on with the high beams
The low beams and high beams are both H7 bulbs. The fog lights are H3's.
Low beams and fog lights if equipped. High beams only light-up the fog more.
Low beams are burned out.
your bulbs are burnt out. when you switch on the high beams its only the high beams. but when you flash your brights it lights up both high and low beams.
In my experience, the wording of the DMV regulations in most states refer simply to "dazzling" or "blinding" lights and are not otherwise defined as "high" beams. If your front lights (low beams/high beams/fog lamps) fit the description of "dazzling" lights (DAY or night) then they are unlawful when used in an oncoming traffic situation.
I believe that it is illegal to run fog lights and high beams together, however I could be wrong.
Fog Lights only, Low Beam only or Fog Lights + Low Beams.
Bad dimmer switch.
try new light bulbs
All the lights on a bus are: 4 way flashers (4) cation lights ( yellow ) 4 cation lights ( Red ) 4 strobe light (top of bus) (1) back up lights (2) brake lights (4) blinkers (4) head lights (low beams) (2) head lights (high beams) (2)
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.