On my service DVD i cant seem to find a low pressure switch. i did find a AC refrigerant pressure switch i dont knwo if its the same
It sounds like the low beam/high beam switch is bad. Fuses are not the problem since they are built into the headlight switch and would cause headlights to blink or not come on for both high and low beam headlights.
Bad bulbs?Bad Hi-low switch?
I have a 2002 alero how do you reset, the coolant light is always on. Thanks, Alero owner
Bulbs burnt out (they are double filamented low beam may be burned out) Bad dimmer switch? Bad headlight switch? Bad low-beam relay?
i dont know how
if you've tried hitting the high/low beam switch & headlights are out on both, then a bad headlight switch or headlight switch plug or high/low beam switch plug not fully engaged.
On my 2000 town and country, you pull out the headlight switch, fog lamps only work on low beam On my 2000 town and country, you pull out the headlight switch, fog lamps only work on low beam On my 2000 town and country, you pull out the headlight switch, fog lamps only work on low beam
Check bulbs Check hi-low switch
The switch is broken. You need to replace it.
Check the bulbs and then the multifunction switch (headlight switch)
Which plastic part inside the steering wheel did you replace? The turn signal switch? High/Low beams are controlled by a small switch mounted to the left side of the steering column. You may need to adjust it properly, so that the metal rod comes in contact with the switch, and pushes it far enough to engage (but not too far to bottom out).
No, a wheel bearing should not set off a low tire pressure light in a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero.
the Low Low is for a Very Low level Alarm, or an emergency status. the Low is just a low level switch who activate any normal output
Why all of a sudden the low beams dont work but everything else does.
Bulbs, fuse, wires ,switch.
I think faulty light switch.
sounds like you have a short in the low and hgh beam switch take it to auto electrician
Switch? Part of the multi-function switch perhaps? Do they not work at all? Because you might even need to get your lights adjusted. If they are too low to the ground, it might make the appearance that they aren't on.
Bad dimmer switch - it's on the turn signal lever. Not a hard job - just a pain in the ***. Have your local mechanic do it. The Chev dealer will way overcharge for this.
try checking the switch
burnt bulbs, switch or fuse.
The low side service port for the AC on a 2001 Alero is located on the hose that runs from the accumulator to the compressor. It is the larger of the two hoses coming off the compressor.