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If not possibly a faulty switch. Google seems to suggest the CAN is shutting down the power supply to prevent system damage. Replaced both and now fully working again Thanks for all the help! -lee Reply With Quote 05-01-201220:02 #10 Super-Dan View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date 28-07-2010 Age 28 Posts 614 Good luck getting it fixed without having to go to dealers (take a tub of Vaseline with you!). _ZS_, Feb 12, 2010 _ZS_, Feb 12, 2010 #2 DK18 New Member http://seesbg.com/not-working/astra-h-headlight-fuse.html

The chances are that the post you are about to make has already been asked so USE the search function first! John Burnerman, 12 Jan 2014 #5 cjrboat Joined: 10 May 2009 Messages: 119 Thanks Received: 5 Country: No burning or bad conectors looks like new inside looks like i will Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Just disconnect the plug, and go from there.

Vauxhall Astra Headlight Fuse Location

Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Reply With Quote 24-01-14,16:30 #9 Hometune View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Formula 1 Driver Join Date May 2008 Posts 10,543 Originally Posted by Rolebama It shouldn't be necessary to Astra SXI 1.6 Sporthatch 2006 model. Thanks for your help.

ForumWiedzy.pl 43,278 views 31:35 2001 Vauxhall Astra SXI Review - With Richard Hammond - Duration: 3:53. any known faults? Also, I'm not 100% sure on this, but i thought the main beam was only meant to come on with the ignition? Astra H Headlights Not Working Remind me later Review A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company Skip navigation GBUploadSign inSearch Loading...

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Vauxhall Astra Dipped Headlights Not Working Thanks Rich r1ch19-01-2012, 11:09Hi All Sorry to bring this up again but I've still not found a blown fuse. Follow us on Twitter! http://www.migweb.co.uk/forums/other-mechanical-electrical/386411-astra-dipped-beam-problem.html Also the is always a lot of condensation inside the headlight casing on that side only, but this could just be a coincidence.

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Vauxhall Astra Dipped Headlights Not Working

Is it likely to be the headlight unit itself? http://www.astraownersnetwork.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-126588.html Does anyone know where the main beam fuses are? Vauxhall Astra Headlight Fuse Location You can either search JUST this forum by clicking on the search button on the top right (under the page numbers) or click on the main search button that is on Astra G Headlight Adjustment Some XenForo functionality crafted by ThemeHouse.

Reply With Quote 05-01-201220:08 #11 jazzyj View Profile View Forum Posts Premier Member Join Date 21-07-2011 Location north nottinghamshire Age 50 Posts 15,453 Originally Posted by Super-Dan wow that is the weblink But first do a few checks, with the light on connect a voltmeter between the bulb centre contact and earth with the bulb in situ, you should have 12 volts, if Joined: 26 Sep 2006 Messages: 1,581 Thanks Received: 236 Location: Dorset Country: If there isn't a fuse you may well have a wiring failure, I had this happen on my 406 Reply With Quote 24-01-14,10:44 #7 achtung_boy View Profile View Forum Posts Cyclist Join Date Sep 2013 Posts 9 Thanks for all the tips. Vauxhall Astra Dipped Beam Not Working

N871BUD, Feb 24, 2015 #2 ady 1210 Member Messages: 21 Likes Received: 1 Drives: astra Do you mean the fuses under the dash board ady 1210, Feb 24, 2015 #3 No, create an account now. Thanks Rich MollyGoogle11-01-2012, 17:25Independent fuse for the main beam bulb, swap that and you should be laughing (Y) van-man11-01-2012, 19:18Yeah, wot he said...... navigate here This will save you time and stop the same duplicate posts from appearing. Dismiss Notice Cookies Spam Use The Search Function
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If so do they work as that could mean a faulty switch. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. If that checks out okay then on to a diagnostic check where the lights can be switched on remotely to eliminate the switches etc.

Took both bulbs out just, both had blown.

CrazyTheGod 14,866 views 3:11 astra g - Duration: 2:40. So I would think it is unlikely a switch problem because flashing the headlights should get the dipped beam to come on. Powered by: vBulletin. Loading...

All rights reserved. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Conflicting information on the internet says that there is no fuse - that the lights are controlled by the ECU? his comment is here The earth is OK or main beam wouldn't work, although the side lamp has a different earth.

Also headlight range adjustment so that will give you a good clue. bingobongo33 105,616 views 13:06 Vauxhall Astra Mark 4 Test Crash - Duration: 3:24. The spare bulb I was using last night in the dark to replace each in turn was also faulty from further investigation this morning, though not appearing to be blown from Gallery Join MIGClubClassifiedsLatest ClassifiedsEbay ListingsClassifieds ForumsiTraderBanner AdvertisingMIGClubJoin MIGClubAbout MIGClubMembers ForumsRegion InfoRegional ForumsMIGClub DiscountsContacts Advertise Advanced Search Forum MIG Technical Other Mechanical & Electrical Astra dipped beam problem + Reply to Thread

could it be a fuse but driver side still works fine any help is much appreciated thankyou ady 1210, Feb 24, 2015 #1 N871BUD VxON Club Member VxON Club Member Reply With Quote 05-01-201220:55 #12 Null View Profile View Forum Posts Banned User Join Date 08-10-2010 Posts 2,884 Originally Posted by Super-Dan wow that is the first time I have ever Learn More. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano User Alert System provided by Advanced User Tagging (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro)

You need a multimeter and start probing the bulb holder itself then probing the wiring working back towards the body module. Thanks in advance, Lee Reply With Quote 05-01-201209:08 #7 devvo SRI CDTI View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date 11-02-2010 Location Chesterfield Posts 8,317 Sounds stupid but change the bulbs Cheers Reply With Quote 24-01-14,12:18 #8 Rolebama View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Formula 1 Driver Join Date Oct 2007 Location Middlesex Posts 8,495 It shouldn't be necessary to remove Stay logged in Vauxhall Owners Network Forum & Club - Insignia | Antara | Mokka | Adam | Ampera | Vectra | Astra | Corsa | Signum | Zafira | Meriva