Subaru Impreza Low Beams Not Working
Quote: Originally Posted by good dog View Post Does your Impreza have fog lights? I have a 2003 forester and last night the headlights did not work but the high beams do. Power Sales Satisfaction Index Study has been released 5 Things You Need to Know About the 2017 Subaru Impreza We got our hands on the 2017 Subaru Impreza which has been So, I am continuing to search. have a peek here
Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. More REGISTER FOR FREE! good dog is online now Quote post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-22-2011, 10:11 PM draganm Forum Member Join Date: Feb 2011 Location: colorado Posts: 10 Car Year: 2006 Bad ground is always a possibility, the switches are on the ground side to take a load off the switch, but a bad ground can cause a relay to not pull
Subaru Impreza Low Beams Not Working
Furthermore, my voltage tests indicated that the multi function switch is functioning properly and thus, one would be led to believe that the DRL module which controls the switching to ground headlights were the OEM factory installed bulbs. They would burn out eventually.
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Thanks for sharing any thoughts or experiences with this sort of vehicle lighting system issue and resolution. Subaru Forester Low Beam Headlights Not Working REW02-14-2013, 12:35 PMGuest, Anything is possible until the root cause is found. In the wiring diagram, there are 16 wires that feed into the daylight running light module and right now is the primary area of suspicion for his difficulty. draganm is offline Quote Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Subaru Forester Advertisement Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 Subaru Forester Owners Forum > Technical Forums and Vehicle
subiesailor is offline Quote Quick Reply post #20 of 48 (permalink) Old 10-25-2012, 10:23 PM MikeC5 Registered User Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Eastern CT Car: 2002 Outback Posts: Subaru Headlights Wont Turn On Didn't think much of it... Yes again.....the only thing that comes on is the tail lights. Apparently both bulbs had blown their low beam filaments.
Subaru Forester Low Beam Headlights Not Working
Another inconsistency is the car has separate LH and RH headlight relays but the wiring diagram only shows a single relay for both lights. Powered by Searchlight © 2016 Axivo Inc. Subaru Impreza Low Beams Not Working Thread Tools Display Modes
I later noticed that the parking lights, daytime driving lights also do not work. navigate here Attached Files File Type: pdf Headlight System.pdf (132.9 KB, 1570 views) plain OM is online now Quote Quick Reply post #17 of 48 (permalink) Old 10-25-2012, 07:34 PM MikeC5 Registered It seems that for this vehicle that the symptoms would be caused either by a. OK, now that I've taken care of the formalities, specifically tailored to a fellow resident of the Granite State, let's look at your problem. Subaru Forester Headlights Not Working
Sarra View Public Profile Find More Posts by Sarra 03-13-2011, 08:11 PM #4 Sarra 2.0L Turbo Car: 2005 Baja Two-Tone Grey/Silver Fav Mod: Exhaust hole whistle My:Subaru Parts Join I don't want to start ripping and tearing and following wiring through my bumper if the ground is somewhere else and waste time doing that... Edited: I just checked my car and there indeed 2 relays behind the glove-box (which drops down easily). http://trisystech.net/not-working/1998-subaru-impreza-speedometer-not-working.html Today 11:46 AM by bingow 13k 23104 Attachment(s) What did you do to your...
The problem is however, that these lines turns lights on and off, but don't separate out the lights to function differently. Subaru Impreza Headlights Wont Turn On From here we will know what part of the circuit isn't working and I can offer more advice from there. REW02-12-2013, 10:28 AMMikie, You have really hit the heart of the problem.
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Then i drove the car to another auto shop to have the compustar security system installed and on the way to the auto shop i turned on my headlights and they Resident Adviser @ WTF Tuning, LLC 2002 FORESTER S1998 FORESTER S Reply Reply With Quote + Reply to Thread vBulletin Message Cancel Changes Errors The following errors occurred with I'm guessing at this point we're looking at a manufacturing defect? Subaru Forester No Low Beams So there could easily be a common point that is knocking both of these out together.
I'm chocking it up to cheaply made bulbs... As it turned out the final fix was one bad wire in the front bulkhead wiring harness on the car. The time now is 11:46 AM. -- Light Theme | 2008+ STI | Widebody | IWSTI logo Contact Us - Subaru Impreza WRX STI Forums: IWSTI.com - Archive - Top Powered http://trisystech.net/not-working/subaru-key-fob-not-working.html Do high beams work both in their regular always on fashion and also when you flash them by pulling up on the arm?
Today 11:41 AM by Mutato1234 10 4 Attachment(s) Soon to be New SG STI... Google that assembly in the Subaru forums and see if your senario comes up. Did you check the relay and fuse for the headlights? I am very seldom stumped on a problem, but this one is giving me fits.
Thanks for your thoughts. My 2001 never had any electrical issues at all kinda wish I had kept it. i dunno what they did, what do you guys think it could be? Quote: Originally Posted by dbsrnh View Post I have a 2003 forester and last night the headlights did not work but the high beams do.
We will see. Swapped in the new part and no changes noted. As a result you will not receive any notifications including the confirmation email. Replaced both bulbs, checked the fuses, swapped with the drivers side lights.
I'm also wondering if we have the same fuse panel under the hood. this year. 5 months later I lost 1 low beam and found both bulbs to be bubbled outward in same spot on bulb. I am going to go to a point where there is a shorting block and remove it, and then use a jumper wire to short out each terminal, which will effectively REW02-11-2013, 10:15 AMMy son stopped over yesterday with a headlight issue on his vehicle.
When he returns from his current business trip, will do more testing on the front wiring harness to check for the presence of a defective wiring harness, even though the physical They will both not go to ground at the same time. Subaru, the official car of New England! If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. * Registered users of the site do not see these ads.
Mark helpful 5,625 Report Nick answered 2 years ago Since you didn't mention it I'm gonna ask.