Low beam headlight problem
Driver's side low headlight out. Checked connector, both sides, from negative battery terminal to connector. One side 0 voltage, assume it is negative side. One side 3.5 volts, assume it is positive side. Believe this means fuse is OK but voltage not adequate, need 12 volts. Solution?
I am having the EXACT same problem. Bulb is good. Fuses good (as far as I have been able to tell). Right side works. Left side out. Swapped out bulbs to confirm it's not the bulb. Did you get a handle on the problem? I'd be real curious to hear if you found a solution. Tom Tomthumb47@hotmail.com
last night i had same problem. did you guys find any solution?
Did anyone get a solution to this same problem same year here!!!
I need an answer to this too!..my bulb and fuse has been changed and still I cannot figure out why the low beam is still out
Same issue with my 2012 Veloster
I gotta tell ya guys, I never found an answer. I took it over to my mechanic for a state inspection. He called me to say, "you had a headlight out, so we put in a new bulb. You're good to go." At first I started to say, "How did you get it to work?" - but then I just said, okay, thank you! ha. I haven't had a problem since. I'll never know why I couldn't get it to work. Just another weird electrical story.
It's a sensor daylight driving sensor goes out it causes lights not to come on.
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