my head lamps work but wount flip up

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Asked by Apr 18, 2008 at 02:07 PM about the 1989 Dodge Daytona

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Sounds like the vaccuum actuators are shot.

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You may have a loose connector or you may have a bad motor. Easy swap.

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Check the vacum lines that run to the head lamps, check for leaks, tears, ect. If it isn't that, its probably the vacum pump.

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Give the site www.turbododge.com a shot, I bet you can find everything you need. But if I remember right, they are ran by a motor and gear setup, so that is what keeps them up and retracts them. But give the site a shot and good luck.

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No vacuum actuators.... The control module is under the dash above the radio, a bit tough to get to, but a common issue. You can manually put them up, each one has a separate knob under hood right next to the head lamps. Don't have any pictures but can get them if you need them.

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