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It was dipped beam that had gone. Back to top #8 skinnyman skinnyman Briskodian FREEDOM 2,774 posts Car:Mk2 Octavia vRS & Suzuki Ignis Sport Posted 14 March 2012 - 22:35 Not all, no. Back to top #2 kentphil1 kentphil1 Uber Member FREEDOM 2,285 posts Location:Dartford, Kent, U.K Car:Mk1 Octavia VRS Posted 14 March 2012 - 21:08 Has it lost full beam or dip as Posted 3 years ago # maccruiskeen - Member I had a similar problem years (and years) ago with a Transit - side lights and full beam but no dipped beam.

My bad. Good spray of wd40 and its sorted. Both my main beam lights wont work (full beam and side lights) are fine. Golf E-Motion XL-1 Touareg Hybrid Audi A3 E-tron Audi R8 E-Tron Technical - Diagnostic Equipment ONLY Vehicle Diagnostics Equipment - VCDS Information Only VCDS - Users Locations VCDS - Help Requests

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  • I tried it again this morning and the lights seem to be working now, but I can't risk them failing again.Speaking to a service mechanic from A M Phillips (a local
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  • Both my main beam lights wont work (full beam and side lights) are fine.
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I tried resoldering, but this did not help, so ordered a new indicator stork and replaced the unit. Jersey Posts: 8,271 right means passenger side. I have checked the fuses, and found some threads on here saying that it is often the soldering on the steering wheel light stick that is the fault. Low Beam Headlights Not Working High Beams Do the pins setty solid and there is no measurable resistance across the solder point.

Have you swapped them over with the main beam ones or have you just looked at them? Dipped Beam Vw I used another 20a fuse from the fuse box (sunroof fuse) to check if that was the problem but even though the fuse is the same it won't stay in the Join Date: Aug 2007 Location: Lowestoft, Suffolk Posts: 39,018 Thanks: 1204Trader Rating: 2 Re: Dipped Headlights Not Working BUT ALL OTHERS WORK! http://www.fiatforum.com/punto-evo/318019-dipped-headlights-not-working-but-all-others-work.html A reasonable variation might be to strip the top and bottom covers off the steering column, which will enable easier access to the Relay and the Switches (in place) on the steering column, an

Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Ford Focus 02 dipped headlights not working others fine Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded My halogen lights at home do this - when one blows, it makes a loud pop, and often another one blows aswell. My money would be on Bulbs. Back to top #24 skinnyman skinnyman Briskodian FREEDOM 2,774 posts Car:Mk2 Octavia vRS & Suzuki Ignis Sport Posted 22 March 2012 - 00:05 Having looked at the bulbs again in daylight,

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I get out and only one of my lights are on, then i turn my lights off, then back on and they work, then I notice one light is blue, and Oh as well the headlight adjustment motors kick in and still work. Dipped Beam Not Working But Full Beam Is If it were the stalk then repeatedly operating between main and dipped would have got them working again after main beam use. Both Dipped Headlights Not Working MikeR Feb 25 2012, 03:24 PM Post #6 Member Posts:47 Group:Members Member#3,978 Joined:February 22, 2012 Thanks for the replies.

The part number is YWZ10003(L) about £15 from Land Rover. This car will be my first and last VW purchase. Whiteboy84 View Public Profile Send a private message to Whiteboy84 Find More Posts by Whiteboy84 « Previous Thread | in that case the lights and wash wipe were all on one control switch so just swapped the whole unit Prior to that the get-me-home solution was to make little bridges Whilst switch failure may be a lot of people's' experience, truth is that the unnecessary Relay does just as much work as the switches, is easy to access and test, and does One Dipped Headlight Not Working

Neither bulb looks particularly knackered, but there you go.The only question I have left is why they both blew at the same time? Jersey Posts: 8,271 wait im confused the MFD says "right dipped...." but the left one the issue? Thanks for the advice so far. Several functions may not work.

Bazil-S Feb 25 2012, 03:41 PM Post #8 Member Posts:2,129 Group:Expert Member#195 Joined:June 7, 2010 There is possible to be weakened pin in the blue connector from the stalk unit. Let me know if I can help further? One last thing before I sign off for tonight.

You'll find lots of advice on the WWW about probable cause, and lots of misinformation ascerting one thing or another, however, I recommend you check things in this order: Fuses - Nos

You may have a terminal failing under heavy current demand, maybe the stereo was the first "casualty" to indicate this. All content is viewed and used by you at your own risk and we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information.
Copyright: Images used on this Votblindub VW MKIV-A4 TDIs (VE and PD) 0 October 28th, 2013 12:40 Right front dipped beam Mafia VW MKV-A5 Golf/Jettas 5 June 3rd, 2012 02:07 Only Passenger High beam not working Use the car manual to locate this (these look like small black plastic boxes and are located next to fuses)then swap the one that operates the dip with another (they need

Either of the switches can / could be the source of the problem, however, to remove them for proper inspection requires the steering wheel to be removed, the cowlings to be removed This can sometimes be enough to blow another bulb on the same circuit. Hi i have the same problem. Audi Audi would have us believe that the lighting circuit is designed so as to ensure that if one fails then both should be changed just as you would if you