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2000 Volvo S40 passenger light out

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Question From chiquitaberlinda on 2000 Volvo S40 passenger light out

We have changed the bulb twice, replaced the fuse and replaced the connection to the bulb, it is still not working (the low beam). The high beam works and the parking light is always on. Please help! I am at my wit's end! I hate bringing the car in because it always costs so much! Any ideas?

Response From cpaine0106

Sounds very likely to be a short. The power or ground from the low beam could have shorted and completed the parking light circuit. Just my guess based on the information provided. Without a general knowledge of electronics and a schematic, it's gonna be tough to fix.

Response From chiquitaberlinda

Thanks for responding. One more note I forgot to add is that the light was going out then back on for long periods of time, so that's why I changed the connection, I thought something was loose then got disconnected.
The light in the dashboard that indicates a light is out is not on.

Response From cpaine0106 Top Rated Answer

I'm not to familiar with volvo's bulb monitoring system, but I'm assuming the "bulb out indicator light" is in the gauge cluster. Verify that the indicator is functioning properly by turning the key to the run position without starting the engine. The light should come on for a few seconds, then go out. As long as that happens, but it does not come on when the headlights are turned on, the system thinks the headlight is working. What this means, is that the circuit is most likely complete, even though the headlight isn't turning on. That being said, it is extremely likely to be a short somewhere. You'll either have to hunt it down, or take it to someone else that knows there way around an electrical circuit. I say "extremely likely" because i cannot know for certain without actually taking a look at it. Best of luck

Volvo 240 Dl lights arent working

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Question From 240loyal on Volvo 240 Dl lights arent working

Hello,
I drive a 1986 Volvo 240 Dl 2.0L. Recently, my lights didnt immediately turn on when I turned the switch on but would come on after some revving. Then they would flicker while I was driving if I hit a bump. Now, I turn the lights on, then I have to flash my high beams twice and hold the high beams on to get all of my lights to work. And it is always twice without fail. My parking lights work fine and make the noise that they are on when I turn on the car, but as soon as I turn to the main lights, nothing, including the lights inside my car, front head lights, and rear lights, work. I've disconnected the plug to the switch and reconnected it and replaced all of my broken fuses, but nothing is changing. I really want to fix this myself because I don't like giving my car to strangers because its like a part of me. Please help.

Response From Discretesignals

Best place to make your checks is at the head lamp relay. Do you have a 12 volt test lamp or volt/ohm meter?

Response From 240loyal

I dont. im not very car savvy so where is the head lamp relay?

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Under the dash on the driver's side. Near the kick panel.

Your going to have a difficult time troubleshooting this unless you have some type of tool that can let you know if you have voltage at different points in the circuit for the headlamps and a wiring diagram to trace the circuit.