Question about Chevrolet Metro
The metro has working high beams and running (fog) lights work, but regular headlights do not. Both lights suddenly stopped working. Suggestions where to start.
I have seen both low beam bulbs burn out at the same time.
Its possible the relays have burnt out for the low beams.
Posted on Feb 16, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: high beams wont turn on.
First place to start is with headlight switch. I did have a case many years ago when both high beams were blown out at once, but this is rare. When you have the headlight switch out, jump power from te low beams to the high beam contacts. If high beams come on, replace switch.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Energy must pass through your switch (hi/low or momentary), then to your headlight, and finally to ground. An interruption anywhere will cause the light to go out. Since both your hi and low beams are not working, I suspect a bad ground connection somewhere. Probably in your switch, but if it is easier to check the headlight socket I would check that too. Use a multi-meter, see if you have power to the switch. If you do, ground the negative lead coming to the switch and see if your headlight comes on. If it does, you know you have a bad ground.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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