Chevy S-10 Extreme, year 2000. I have no daytime running lights or Low Beams..
I replaced a Relay Switch, so now have Daytime Running lights, but still no Low Beams.
Is there another Relay Switch in the box marked Fuses.. that I can replace to fix this
There is a sensor located in the passenger side dash speaker. It detects daylight. This controls the DRL module. The day time running lights are on without the other clearance lights.Are you sure that the DRL is working properly.Usually what happens is the module stops switching and stays on night time. The low beams are the day time running lights.
Hi, I found the sensor for the daytime running lights, it's a black relay switch in the Fuse box on the driver's side under the hood. I replaced it with a new one...it just plugs in, but I still have no Low Beams when it gets dark out. They are supposed to come on automatically, but nothing, not even when I switch them on Manually....so now what? is there a Relay Plug for Low Beams? thanks for the help..
How do I check the sensor on the passenger side to make sure it's working.? From what you are saying then now I have low beams on in the daytime only and not at nite...how do I fix that? thanks..
Okay guys. we found the problem. it's not the switch on the steering column, we changed that, and it made no difference. Turns out I need a new Fuse Box....but in the meantime he put in a manual switch so I now have low beams again... Thanks for all your help,
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