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samir221
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samir221 Jul 16, 12:54am - #223736 
2002 silver Toyota Celica GT
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problems with drl lights and left high beam

hi guys, i just have a question about the drl . i had installed the reverse gauges a long time ago. i had tapped them to the left headlight. as soon as i did it the drl lights don't turn on anymore also the left high beam doesn't work. i checked the fuses and they are all ok. i also checked the wiring and it seems ok too. i really don't know what's the problem. i also put the factory bulbs back but same problem.
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sickcelica696 Jul 16, 12:58am - #223737 
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Workshop4Ever
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Workshop4Ever Jul 16, 5:26am - #223738 

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try disconnecting the gauges and see if that fixes the problem...if so try tapping it into something else...
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DJ_Curtiz Jul 16, 6:26am - #223739 
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Originally Posted by Workshop4Ever
try disconnecting the gauges and see if that fixes the problem...if so try tapping it into something else...
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celicafourotwo Jul 16, 4:33pm - #223740 

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does ur reverse gauge have an "on/off" switch?? switch it to on and see if ur headlight turn on too..seriously, you should not have tap into ur headlight..use the cig. wires and tap into that..much betta, that way you won't loose ur headlight..good luck..

Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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