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Old 01-06-2005, 02:21 AM   #1
Antz_Marchin
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More headlight Help PLEASE

Both of my headlights were gone when I turned on the car the other day all of a sudden. I checked the fuses and bulbs, both of which are fine. I read in Bentley that the next culprit if both lights went at once would be the Headlight relay being shot. No big deal until I read that the headlight relay is built right into the printed circuit of the fuse/relay board and I need a new board all together. Has anybody else had this problem?? Can someone please tell me exactly what it is that I need here and if it's just a new board, do I just pull out all the existing fuses/relays, switch boards and then replace everything?? Seems weird to me for something as simple as headlights. If this is the case and I need a new fuse/relay board, would anybody like to sell me one with everything working........Dammit I need summer to get here so I can unleash what's in the garage. Thanks again for the help. -BJ
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the headlight relay isnt built into the circut board. the check panel relay for the headlights is. read more carefully next time.

K4(low) and K3(high) are the headlight relays.
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Old 01-06-2005, 05:26 AM   #3
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the headlight relay isnt built into the circut board. the check panel relay for the headlights is. read more carefully next time.

K4(low) and K3(high) are the headlight relays.

Abrasive as always but thanks very much for the help........I appreciate it.....may be back for more soon on this issue.
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