TOYOTA ECHO 2000 car: Headlight Glow

Asked by Aug 28, 2010 at 08:57 PM about the 2000 Toyota ECHO

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

One day when I was parking my TOYOTA ECHO 2000 car, I hit a wall  by front side of the car. After that, the car headlight’s glow is very low. When I use low beam, glow is unbelievably low. If I change it to high beam, glow increases, but it’s too much below to normal level. I can’t see long distance.

Both bulbs are very good. Even I tested with news bulbs. Still the problem exists.  

5 Answers

9,360

It sounds like you need to re-aim the headlights. Either take it to a dealer or look up how to do it yourself online.

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It is possible thst when you hit the wall a ground wire to the headlamps became loose or disconnected. A faulty ground circuit will make the headlights seem very dim. I would suggest that you have a qualified mechanic check this out for you.

9,360

Are the headlight aimed too low or are they not putting out enough light? The question isn't worded very well.

Dan , thanks

Larry, Thanks for reply. They are not putting out enough light.

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