Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Yesterday, the high beams both simultaneously stopped working. thanks for any advise or suggestions... Processando... have a peek here
I spent 3 days digging through possible causes. Perhaps they made more space so that you can do it this way on the newer models. I took the old bulb out, used the proper grease on the contacts and around the gasket of the new bulb, and popped it into place. See this video with one exception:http://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2005_Honda_Accord_EX_3.0L_V6_Sedan_(4_Door)/lights/headlight. http://honda-tech.com/forums/honda-civic-del-sol-1992-2000-1/diy-combination-switch-fix-headlight-switch-wiper-combo-switch-2530751/
All randomly produced from varying degrees of conduction affected by heat and other varying physical conditions on the circuit at that particular moment. I like many recommend placing both bulbs when one goes out. Ok, for my 2004 accord sedan I changed the passenger side from inside the hood in 60 seconds.
I check every sensor, twice, they were all good. Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. Itís annoying and there is a way to fix it. 2001 Honda Civic Headlight Switch Recall Then I realized those 2 screws were still loose from my fender route and had an "OOOps" moment.
Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Related Topics Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post DIY Parking Pole on LHD Civic danomatic93 Honda Civic / Del Sol (1992 - 2000) One Low Beam Headlight Not Working January 18 by Rob Sylvester Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? I purchased a 2- pack of bulbs for approx. $25.00 Mark helpful 10 Report Wrg26 answered 2 years ago I have a 2008 Honda Accord EX. Scratched up my forearm a little, and did a lot of the operation by feel, since I couldn't see anything with my arm in the way, but it was basically a
here is a link to a 04 service manual on cd. High Beams Work But Low Beams Don't The automaker said a problem with the wiring of the headlight switch could cause the low-beam headlights to fail. Then just reverse order to install the new bulb. If...
It is just a matter of time before the other one goes. Mark helpful 30 Report SevenIn2011 answered 5 years ago I just changed the driver side low beam here is my experience: I first tried going in from the wheel well -- 2001 Honda Civic Headlight Switch Replacement Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? High Beam Headlights Not Working I turned the wheel to the right and then removed only the 2 front pins with a flat head screwdriver.
Actually you can't remove the black box, you can remove two bolts that hold it in place and then bend it out of the way. navigate here Good luck to all. To anybody reading this Honda, obviously wants you to take it to the dealer and pay top dollar to have the bulb replaced. Once you lift the battery out, you have a pretty clean shot at the bulb. Honda Accord Headlight Switch
First I wasn't able to find the white wire housing. i'm commenting on this page cuz there's no room on your house centipede page… Mike Ruth - Vigoro 3015V Sprinkler Timer Internals and Valve Design » JonC great website. Forgot your Password? Check This Out Mark helpful 10 Report andywang answered about a year ago Elteec, this may sound counter- intuitive, but it is likely your driver's side bulb socket has a bad ground connection.
Link is below. Honda Civic Turn Signal Switch I could reach it -- not the easiest, but doable. Pr√≥ximo Honda Accord Combo Switch ( headlight, high beam, turn signal ) Repair or Replacment 87 - Dura√ß√£o: 49:34.
This is not possible. Well I took it apart today and it was really nasty in there. Kidding.. 2004 Honda Accord Headlight Relay Location I've read the threads.
What is the difference between two condition evaluation approaches in bash What is a positive descriptor for someone that doesn't care about anything/is always neutral? Mark helpful 415 Report spotmaticf answered 5 years ago You do NOT need to loosen any screws to remove the bulbs. Turned the wheel all the way to the right, popped out the first two wheel well liner inserts, and pulled out the liner just enough. http://swusf.org/honda-accord/honda-accord-speedometer-not-working.html I've given instructions with pictures on how to get the codes.
i was at a local walmart when i turned the car on , when to turn on the head lights AND...... The high beam should still work while pulling it back even with headlight switch off. 2. CarGurus has 78,727 nationwide Accord listings starting at $700. Cheers. 98 civic ex windshield wipers won't stop!!!
thanks for the great write up! 03-09-2011, 03:00 PM #19 hoytheld Honda-Tech Member Join Date: Nov 2009 Posts: 27 Re: DIY Combination Switch Fix (Headlight Switch) AND Wiper Mark helpful 100 Report hkme answered 6 years ago The low beams are the far outside bulbs. I know which way I'll do it next time should I need to replace it again and that's via removing the battery. I did remove the battery on the drivers side to get my hand in there. 2 out of 2 people think this is helpful.
This took me about 20-25 minutes. Mark helpful 110 Report LeanJon answered 6 years ago WARNING: If you have a Navigation system and do not have power going to the car when you disconnect your battery your There is that see-saw on the circuit board above the white piece that is only notched in and held in place by gravity. Basically just an inspection and finding the springs, to replace any broken ones, would be quite difficult to find: VIDEO 3 Wiper Combo Switch, procedure similar to Headlight Switch, so if
I would imagine that the procedure is much the same, and this DIY gives me hope that I can fix that problem myself, too. Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Tweet this thread CarGurus | My account Saved searches Saved listings Saved promotions Sign in Join | Advertise | United States Canada United mine is a 99 civic ex 12-28-2010, 05:22 PM #17 danomatic93 Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Feb 2008 Location: WI Posts: 382 Re: DIY Combination Switch Pull from the side with the two screw holes. 5.
then clip the wires back on. Join Date: Nov 2011 Location: Tonnawanda New York Posts: 229 Thanks: 3 Thanked 4 Times in 4 Posts there's the best reason to get a factory manual. Take a strong flashlight and shine into each of the highbeam bulbs to have a good look, you should be able to see the filament easily if it's burnt out.I'll have The system is designed such that installing the plug locks the bulb in position so that it cannot turn and fall out in use.