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Old 11-06-2003, 02:54   #1 (permalink)
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Ok Wtf, No Lights...

Ok I had this prob that when the high beems were on all my lights turned off, I just ignored it, it got worse then tonight my lights turned off with out even having my high beems on. How do I fix this problem???
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

do you mean the normal headlights turn off or the interior dash lights?
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

I think he means headlights. I have that same problem where you turn the high beams on and the headlights will go out. Kind of scary the first night i found out traveling at 100ks flick to high beams and nothing, complete blackness. Anyhow i think it could be the switch. Havn't had a chance to check it out.
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Check all the fuses and wiring too!
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

sounds like a relay
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

I have this problem as well :(

I have checked the bulbs ...... I know if their 100watts this can happen but mine arnt .......

I have been told relay or cirucit breaker ........ I need to find where these are :(

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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

Fuses are underneath that grey panel near the accelerator pedal.

Relays are in the engine bay, right near the battery. Sounds like either one of them to me, could be the switch as well....could be an intermittent short somewhere as well?

I'd start with the basics, fuses and relays, then the switch, then look at the wiring.
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

Did an EA with intermitent high beam prob recently. Problem was a corroded(near on none existant) terminal on the H/beam relay.
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Old 11-06-2003, 15:01   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Ok Wtf, No Lights...

Do you headlights come on when you switch it to on. Then when you turn your highbeam on, all lights go off.

If so it will be your headlight circuit breaker.
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Sorry, the headlight circuit breaker is situated kinda underneath the radiator resoviour and next to the battery. There's should be about four black/grey square relay looking boxes. It'll be one of them

Replace the circuit breaker. I'll bet my right testicle on it.
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