Head lights

Asked by Mar 25, 2016 at 02:27 AM about the 1990 Toyota Camry DX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My head lights went out and all my fuses I have
checked both of them went out at the same time I
have no idea how to fix the bulbs are still good any
ideas

6 Answers

42,855

Check your headlight relay. Should be in the fuse box under the hood. Take a volt meter and test your relay. Check Youtube for videos. Test relay plug holes for power also. If no power where the relay plugs in, it may be your switch that's bad. Since both lights went out at the same time, hopefully it's a bad relay and not the switch.

Thank you it's will check it out

So I replaced the relay and it's not the relay how do you fix the switch and where is it

Is it the multi switch on the steering wheel

42,855

Yes. Did you test for power in the plug in holes for the relay? Before you go into replacing the switch, go through the wiring harness and check for loose connections and clean the grounds. I would also take a needle test light and probe for power. Start at the plug to the head light and go backwards from there until you find power.

Will do thank you hoping it is an easy fix

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