My headlights stay in the upright position on or off. Is this typical of a bad relay or is there a fuse link that could be bad as well?

Asked by Feb 25, 2014 at 01:21 PM about the 1993 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr ES Hatchback

Question type: General

This is in a 93 dodge stealth ES

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theres a button that you push that will raise them you probably have it engaged (not talking about the lights on off switch)

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I agree with Daniel. If the button on your dash is depressed the lights will always stay up. Try the button first.

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The "popup" button can also short out, leaving your lights up all the time no matter how much you push the button. unplug it from the back of the switch if jabbing the button doesn't work. Also, check the "Hlamp Door" 30 amp relay fuse in the fuse box under the hood. Actually, do this first!

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I'm having the oposate problem my doors wont open

114,275

Did you check all fuses and relays? Also check these connections in picture. If they are loose the lights will not come up. Can also check for power at these for the light motors.

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