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Old 07-01-2016, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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One of my low beams burned out after 5 yrs. I decided to replace all the bulbs while having everything apart, I went for PAA Bulbs. After putting everything back together I noticed the DRL's where off, but instead the high-beams were on though with reduced voltage.
I did put the original bulbs back. Same problem .
Anybody have the same issue or a remedy?
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I have a 2010 that is having an odd light issue (just posted), kind of similar. Did you get the issue resolved? If you did, what was the solution?
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Suspect you have a grounding issue, current is bypassing via another element..

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After putting everything back together I noticed the DRL's where off, but instead the high-beams were on though with reduced voltage.
I did put the original bulbs back. Same problem .
Anybody have the same issue or a remedy?
Isn't that how they implemented the DRL's on the North American Kizashis? From what I've read they pulse width modulate the 12V fed to the high beam bulbs- so they operate at a lower intensity.

Check if you get normal operation with the headlights turned on to low and high beam.
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