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Old 12-31-2012, 09:44 PM   #1
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So my headlights won't turn on I'v tried changing the bulbs the relays and the fuses but still not a thing wen I hold the highbeams they turn on but once I let go they once again shut off .-. What can it be?
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I would need a multimeter to trouble shoot where the voltage is lost but it may be the switch:
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Old 01-01-2013, 07:29 AM   #3
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Do you have a multimeter?

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If so, ill pull up a wiring diagram and help ya thru it.
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Yes i have one, I make a living with it. For you, you can get a 12volt "volt detector" from an auto parts shop. It will illuminate when there is voltage present to assist in trouble shooting where the voltage is lost.
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Yes i have one, I make a living with it. For you, you can get a 12volt "volt detector" from an auto parts shop. It will illuminate when there is voltage present to assist in trouble shooting where the voltage is lost.
Lol im sure you do, i was asking OP
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