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Tweezers? Cheers, lee Reply With Quote Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements UKCorsa-D.com Advertisements   04-01-2012 23:24 #2 Super-Dan View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date 28-07-2010 Age 28 Posts 614 Sidelights working? I tried a couple of cheapies first and popped them. Reply With Quote + Reply to Thread « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post http://sohohosting.net/not-working/astra-dash-lights-not-working.html

If they work then it could be the switch Reply With Quote 30-01-2009 19:53 #3 voxman MIGWeb User Join Date Dec 2008 Location Wells, Somerset Posts 24 Drives BMW 320d SE Re: Not more Astra problems?..... - Phil I Sorry I cannot help with your lighting problems HF. Reply With Quote Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements MigWeb.co.uk Advertisements   30-01-2009 19:39 #2 jamin MIGWeb User Join Date Aug 2005 Location essex Posts 327 Drives Re: Astra dipped beam problem Try the The mechanic said it could be the fuse has blown or the wiring to the main light switch needs replacing.

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Check it its probably blown Big_Bad_Ian30-11-2012, 23:35Easiest things to check are fuse and CANBUS... Big_Bad_Ian01-03-2014, 20:20No worries (Y) Yeah the second ones would work, but their light output will primarily be forward, where as the first ones have an SMD pointing at you as well I have stood on my head to investigate the fuses and both near side and off side dipped beam fuses are ok. Not more Astra problems?..... - HF Hi, Dragging this up again because I have finally taken the car in to be sorted.

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! Either way doesn't sound great :( Well I got the burn from a spark. Reply With Quote 05-01-2012 20:55 #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 Vauxhall Astra Dipped Beam Not Working Almost weekly occurence to find incorrect type of bulbs fitted ie one or two contact bulbs interposed or stop/tail bulb fitted to a single filament holder etc...

No, create an account now. Astra H Fuse Diagram Without looking at the wiring diagram for the car I would say that the 12V side to the bulb should be a red (or possibly black idicating ignition feed) wire with All rights reserved. © 2006-2016 - RAC Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... http://www.astraownersnetwork.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-116018.html that's where my headlight fuses are Reply With Quote 06-01-2012 09:17 #14 devvo SRI CDTI View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Join Date 11-02-2010 Location Chesterfield Posts 8,317 He sorted it matt

what was the problem? Both Headlights Not Working Astra First, yes, all the other lights are working. Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Fri 18 Jul 2003 15:47 Oh no!!! Calls may be monitored and/or recorded All times are GMT +1.

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More importantly, brake lights. http://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/2007-astra-dipped-beam-light-blown-now-not-working.389510/ I will attempt to test the wiring. Astra H Headlight Fuse If not then I suppose there is a possibility that in both cases the actuating switches are at fault, rather than the bulbs / wiring, but would be flippin' unlikely for Vauxhall Astra Dipped Headlights Not Working Come on, don't be shy ;o) Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Fri 18 Jul 2003 06:44 Oh no!!!

Basically if reversing lights are fitted they have to be in working order. this contact form Not more Astra problems?..... - HF Phil - you are correct of course! Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.1.5 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Astra H Side Light Fuse Location

Both dipped headlights suddenly went out. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Loading... have a peek here Ah I see, that ain't good :( Probably why I blow the fuse then, as it was when I was putting the first in (which turned out to be the wrong

Classic Gamers HQ 3,451,387 views 9:02 Change headlight bulb Astra G Classic II - Duration: 2:17. Astra H Dipped Beam Fuse Stay logged in DIYnot Forums Home Forums > Cars > Car Repairs / Maintenance > Home How to... @home Shop Wiki Search Search How To Guides Search Forum Search Shop Search Cheers HF Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Mon 21 Jul 2003 11:44 Oh no!!!

ive tested the wires and no power to the light,, and cant find a fuse that covers it can anyone shed some light on this for me please it has a

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Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Fri 18 Jul 2003 08:37 Oh no!!! All the best Phil I Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Sat 19 Jul 2003 12:46 Oh no!!! HF "I'm very intelligent really, just got good at hiding it." Tags: technicalissues electricalfaults lights electrics brakelights Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Thu 17 Jul 2003 18:22 Oh Check This Out Tags: indicators radio centrallocking warninglights electrics lights BMW 5SeriesE391996-2003 Related posts Avensis 2000 - Tail lights not working berlingo multispace brake lights Vauxhall Zafira A (1999 - 2005) - 00 z18zxe

If all is well the lamps should come on. Good luck Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Mon 21 Jul 2003 10:21 Oh no!!! If not, why not ? Working...

Astra Owners Network Forum | MK1 - MK6 | VXR | T8 | T9 | Zafira | Astra Van > Astra Owners Network > Astra Chat > Astra H > All Voltage at the bulb connection may not be able to drive the bulb, so the voltage drops when the bulb is connected. Reply With Quote 04-01-2012 23:32 #3 kemp596 View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date 14-04-2011 Age 25 Posts 2,106 Do you have welcome lights on ? (When you unlock the car the I got a nasty shock when I changed my vanity mirror light, was not nice at all - left a burn!!

If you do have 12 volts there then the fault is either a bad earth or a bad connector. I got my needle nose pliers out of my tackle box and went to town on them bad boys :rofl: Niru_K16-08-2011, 16:43Cheers bud (Y) Ah, well, I am waiting for night lacokai 57,063 views 6:05 Vauxhall Astra SRI 2.0L Review (1999) - Duration: 4:03. Not more Astra problems?.....

I took the original light out, and as I was putting in the new one there was a spark and burnt me, completely burnt out that LED as well! I've never come across a blown bulb that popped a fuse, personally. LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Add Thread to del.icio.usBookmark in TechnoratiTweet this threadShare on FacebookGoogle Bookmark this ThreadYahoo Bookmark this ThreadLive Bookmark this Thread Thread Has now been replaced and all fixed :thumbs: Post #22 explains the whole saga :rofl: Dav1d16-08-2011, 11:32The canbus system will have re-set itself mine did same when i was changing the

Unfortunately the nearest LSUK branch to here is in Tunbridge Wells, which is around 17 miles away - which, bearing in mind the legal and insurance implications mentioned above, I felt Renault clio dynamique 2006 - when parked up with engine off, doors locked, lights firmly off ect, will sometimes turn on the front side lights automatically... HF and I are totally bamboozled by this as all connectors are ok, all fuses are intact and all bulbs are fine. 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