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Old 08 Jun 2005, 09:02 pm
mopa
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Default 1993 Civic Right Low Beam Light Problem, not fuse...

Hello everyone,

I just recently installed Halo Projector Headlights on ebay (
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=7978873395
) and they were working fine, until I adjusted the lens for the low
beam light on the right. It wasn't angled correct, so I fixed it, as
they have adjustors. When I turned the light back on, I noticed the
lows would not work. I tried the high beams, and they work fine. I then
plugged back in the original headlight bulb, and I got the same thing.
The low beams would not work, but the highs work fine. I tried other
bulbs and it's the same thing.

I checked under the hood for the fuse, and the fuse is perfectly fine.
I just don't understand what is wrong? The highs work and the fuse
isn't blown, but the right side low beams won't work. I bought
these Halo lights because I wanted something brighter, as I live in
Georgia, and the entire roads here don't have street lights, like
they do up north. I am so frustrated and cannot figure out what is
wrong.

Please help.

Thanks guys,
JŠnos

Email: buttakid@hotmail.com

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Old 08 Jun 2005, 09:29 pm
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Default Re: 1993 Civic Right Low Beam Light Problem, not fuse...


mopa wrote:

> beam light on the right. It wasn't angled correct, so I fixed it, as
> they have adjustors. When I turned the light back on, I noticed the
> lows would not work.


Are both the lows out, or only one side?

> I checked under the hood for the fuse, and the fuse is perfectly fine.
> I just don't understand what is wrong? The highs work and the fuse
> isn't blown, but the right side low beams won't work.


There are four more fuses in the fuse box under the dash, one for each
high and one for each low. Have you checked these fuses?
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Old 08 Jun 2005, 09:43 pm
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Default Re: 1993 Civic Right Low Beam Light Problem, not fuse...

thanks for your help man. I didn't check the inside fusebox, because I
figured it was only for the interior of the car, such as the inside
lights etc...

I thought that the fuse box thats under the hood, as it controls the
headlights would go bad, but I guess I was wrong. The only thing that
sucks is that I don't have the inside fuse diagram, so I don't know
what fuse is what. When I bought the car it didn't come with one, so
who ever owned it before must of taken it out.

Only one low light is out. Left (high/low both work) Right (high works,
low doesn't), and I gotta fix it, because I cannot drive at night. It's
to dark out here in the woods.

Thanks so much for your help Randolph!

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Old 10 Jun 2005, 08:46 pm
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Default Re: 1993 Civic Right Low Beam Light Problem, not fuse...

your right, it was the fuse under the dash. I had to go through all the
fuses to find it, as I am missing my fuse diagram box.

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