No low beam lights on 2007 Camry SE

Asked by Nov 01, 2010 at 12:02 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I took my voltmeter and I am not getting any voltage to my lights?  I checked the under hood fuses and everything looks fine.  Any ideas?

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some of the older toyotas also had a headlight relay - i'm not sure about the 07, but i would suspect there is one on yours - if so, look to see if swapping with another is possible with another relay in the relay box.

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I found out what it was. Whomever had my car before me put an HID kit on it. They wired it to the main running back to the amp. I undid the main, because there is no amp anymore and I didn't want a hot wire connecting to nothing, then I went out of town and forgot about it, until two weeks later when someone told me your lights are not on. I never put the two together until I started tracing wires. Thanks.

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