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Gonfishin 08-07-2008 11:18 PM

Headlights
 
I noticed the other day my low beams are not working. I have not investigated this problem yet but about how many hrs should I get out of stock headlights. Every time my engine is running my low beams were on. High beams work fine. I have close to 180 hrs on my Rhino.
Rick.

onebuilder 08-08-2008 08:13 AM

Not sure how long the stockers last. I changed to Vision X Hids. If you go just replace the bulbs. I would suggest you get the PIAA bulbs. Much brighter than stock. Northland Motorsports in Flagstaff has them. Not sure about Outdoorsports in PV. ( I rather drive to Flagstaff, better store)

07fj 08-08-2008 09:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Gonfishin (Post 14188)
I noticed the other day my low beams are not working. I have not investigated this problem yet but about how many hrs should I get out of stock headlights. Every time my engine is running my low beams were on. High beams work fine. I have close to 180 hrs on my Rhino.
Rick.

Might be relay if they are both out.


Rog

BiggJim 08-08-2008 09:26 AM

Rog is right......you arent going to burn them both out at the same time. I'd check the relays and fuses



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Gonfishin 08-08-2008 09:30 AM

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Originally Posted by 07fj (Post 14220)
Might be relay if they are both out.


Rog

Thats what I am afraid of. Im not sure where to start looking for a relay, other than in the battery box.

BiggJim 08-08-2008 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Gonfishin (Post 14226)
Thats what I am afraid of. Im not sure where to start looking for a relay, other than in the battery box.

I believe all of the relays are in the battery box.....There are also 2 30 amp fuses in there. Not sure what they are for but if they are poped you have a deeper problem.



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07fj 08-08-2008 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Gonfishin (Post 14226)
Thats what I am afraid of. Im not sure where to start looking for a relay, other than in the battery box.

That is where there at.

Rog

Gonfishin 08-16-2008 01:56 PM

Well it seems after about 180 hrs of running with the low beams on the headlights had given up. Checked the sockets with a test light and found both sides working. Sooo I went to the dealer and got bent over for 22.00 for two headlights. :mad:
Rick.

mopar_enthusiast 08-16-2008 04:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Gonfishin (Post 15984)
Well it seems after about 180 hrs of running with the low beams on the headlights had given up. Checked the sockets with a test light and found both sides working. Sooo I went to the dealer and got bent over for 22.00 for two headlights. :mad:
Rick.

Ouch!!! did they at least shake ur hand after they F'd ya? oh well, its fixed!

Gonfishin 08-16-2008 04:40 PM

Oh hell no, they just put their foot in my back and pushed me out the front door. :wave:


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