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CoopDisco04 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #8 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-05-2010, 02:02 PM hafaday Senior Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Location: Richmond, VA. Driving lamps (small bulb) work fine (except for the burnt one). i fitted a spade conector drilled a small holle and replaced the rivet with a m2 bolt. most tester will do for this sort of stuff, you need one that measures direct current, the pic shows the symbol with the rotary switch pointing to it.

In my case the n/s headlamp bulb connector had melted. To test to see if the Relay is at fault remove it and jumper the sockets for legs 2 and 8 -  if your lights work, the fault is the Relay - User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account. I can hear a relay clicking somewhere every time I switch. http://landroverforums.com/forum/discovery-ii-18/headlights-stopped-working-53121/

Land Rover Discovery Headlights Not Working

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I checked the fuses this morning for the headlights and they are good. Also, if you mount the relays under the bonnet, in a fairly direct route from battery to lights, and with nice thick wiring, you will get less volt drop, so the i've had this problem before and yes i was late for work too! My Blog Just another WordPress.com site Search Main menu Skip to primary content HomeAbout My Blog Post navigation ← Previous Next → Land Rover Defender Headlights Dip Beam not working -SOLUTION

David As David said....... Defender Dipped Beam Not Working The high beams work if I pull on the dip switch, but don't stay on when I let go. that took a fair bit of head scratchin. This relay is also used in Classic Mini and many other BL / Austin / Rover / MG cars.  To remove the dash binnacle is really easy - 4 screws - one to each side

The only earth point with 2 wires that I could find was down beside the air filter box. Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... nrgserv Well-Known Member Joined: Feb 21, 2009 Posts: 4,205 Likes Received: 5 Location: shipley, west yorks.

Defender Dipped Beam Not Working

These forums are free to join and we do not charge any subscriptions to be a member. check that Bookmark the permalink. 4 thoughts on “Land Rover Defender Headlights Dip Beam not working -SOLUTION” Pingback: Land Rover Defender Headlights Dip Beam not working - SOLUTION | My Blog Shirley Nott Land Rover Discovery Headlights Not Working I notice that they say for off-roading and other special uses only. In the store for an hour, come out, no lights.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create Range Rover 0 02-26-2007 06:54 PM 1999 RR NEED HELP WINDOWS-MOONROOF-MIRRORS STOPPED WORKING GPWHLS Range Rover 1 01-10-2007 01:17 PM ONE TOUCH WINDOW SWITCH STOPPED WORKING WHEN I CHANGED BATTERY miishmiish Swapped one out just to make sure, and it did nothing. The time now is 10:23.

What should I check first? The way that it works after several attempts sounds like a sticking relay to me. following the drawing, this comes out of the column switch on connector 2 and carries on to an outbound arrow head and H1-2 (H= headlights, followed by page number within the It was the indicator stalk.

All rights reserved. nrgserv, Jun 20, 2012 #3 Paul D Glass rep for South Yorkshire Events Planner Joined: Jun 3, 2007 Posts: 12,419 Likes Received: 344 Location: Doncaster No worries .. They both have a separate grounding point as well (E102 & E101).

Check you battery leads for corrosion and maybe clean them, check to make sure your battery is charged/charging properly 12-14v at the terminals and alternator.

Thanks for the advice. ignition on, dim dip on first stalk position, second position should be headlights dipped / main but were loosing dip. Does this sound right and reasonable to everyone? Dare I mention Haynes?

gonna leave it on anyway, on the off chance it helps someone else fault find. I have LED sidlights which are brilliant but looked a bit naff along with the dim light of the dim dip system. Cookies Welcome Guest headlights not working- fault finding procedure Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by nrgserv, Jun 20, 2012. easy test point, reasonably accessible.

The only problem is the steering wheel has to be turned to allow access to the two Phillips screws. and well the switch, i may pull it out and have a look see if somethings some loose... Very strange. No idea why it happened, but they said it's been known to happen before.

Learn More. Contact Us Terms and Rules XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd. They aren't expensive so you could just replace it anyway to be on the safe side. If this cures it you need a new relay.

You can't do more than tell them I've just left the resistor unpluged to isolate the dim dip system.