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Apr 12, 8:19pm - #152930 
PLEASE HELP

ok, this is the deal.. my one low beam went out and I went ahead and assumed it was the bulb so I replaced that and shit me the damm thing still doesnt work..The right side on works fine...I check the wiring as best as possible and didnt see anything loose...I even tried the buld outside of the entire light houseing and nothing angry Now Im thinking fuse but wouldnt they both not work if its the fuse or r they independantly fused confused orrrrr what am I missing here... Any suggestions fellaz because now I cant drive at night... cry


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Apr 12, 10:10pm - #152931 
check the fuses, also, check connections with a multimeter, not just by looking.

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Apr 13, 3:00am - #152932 
Has to be the bulb if only one is out. Make sure you don't leave any hand grease or oil on it when you handle it.

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Apr 13, 4:25am - #152933 
Could be a torn wire or loose connection some place... get a multimeter and then locate the error...


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Apr 13, 7:10am - #152934 
Sounds like a fuse to me

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Apr 13, 7:40am - #152935 
Originally Posted by 5280vvti
Sounds like a fuse to me

exactly. They are on different fuses. You will need a red #10 to be exact. Look in the Tech Info section of this site and find the fuse diagram! No sweat! thumbsup

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Apr 13, 4:48pm - #152936 
Originally Posted by Rocketman
Originally Posted by 5280vvti
Sounds like a fuse to me

exactly. They are on different fuses. You will need a red #10 to be exact. Look in the Tech Info section of this site and find the fuse diagram! No sweat! thumbsup


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Apr 13, 8:47pm - #152937 
ok red ten but where, I looked through the wiring diagram and couldnt find the exact spot confused


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Apr 13, 8:49pm - #152938 
Originally Posted by DJ_Curtiz
ok red ten but where, I looked through the wiring diagram and couldnt find the exact spot confused


https://www.celicahobby.com/tech/tsb2/ARTICLE_FUSEBLOCK_DIAGRAM.pdf


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Apr 13, 9:06pm - #152939 
Fuses are my friend. So easy to blow, yet so fun to fix!


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Apr 13, 11:09pm - #152940 
yah I believe its the fuse thumbsup it happened to me when i put in hid's..


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Apr 14, 12:42am - #152941 
EVAN, you fawking rule for that diagram link.. Thanks dude it was a fuse..Pissed because all my friends I asked said "Oh no its deff shares the same fuse !!" WTF angry shoulda known to just ask the fellaz at ec.com grin thumbsup


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Apr 14, 1:52am - #152942 
Originally Posted by grcelica
Originally Posted by Rocketman
Originally Posted by 5280vvti
Sounds like a fuse to me

exactly. They are on different fuses. You will need a red #10 to be exact. Look in the Tech Info section of this site and find the fuse diagram! No sweat! thumbsup


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