Question about 2010 Chevrolet HHR
This is for your head lamps. Hope you can read it? There is hi and lo beam relays. The top terminals in diagram for relays, hot all the time, use a test light to check for voltage, unplug the relay. At the actual head lamps in diagram, the top wires are voltage for hi or lo beam, the bottom wire is ground.
At either relay, the load side of relay is that line with arrowhead, terminals 30 and 87. The control side of relay needs voltage and ground, terminals 85 and 86. Your bcm grounds either one of those relays depending on signal from headlamp/dimmer switch.
Posted on May 21, 2018
Are your gear shift and heat control lamps out as well? Head to the engine compartment once you are in the auto zone parking lot. Lift engine hood. Open fuse box. Pull relay number 68. Grab new one at auto parts counter and replace. If this doesn't work check and replace fuses 7 or 9 in the under dashboard fuse box. Happy Driving!
Posted on May 21, 2018
Posted on Mar 30, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Just found the answer on another site. Sure enough went out removed the 3 philips head screws in the steering column opened it up and walla a wire connection had pulled itself free. When my son uses my truck he always uses the tilt steering, when I get in I have to readjust it. because of this the wire connection pulled itself out. I simply pushed it back in an blinker and brake light are now working. My husband is now trying to figure a way to secure the wire connection so it doesn't pull itself out again. Hope this helps others, either by saving the cost of a dealership or machanic or from getting rear ended.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
I had the same problem! I used a piece of wood to keep the break pedal depressed and then started to remove one of the break lamps and to my surprise it came on! Same thing on the other side. So I did not seat (bottom out) the lamps in their sockets and both break light are now working properly. I had a similar issue last spring but that time only one light was out. I put in a new bulb and it still did not work so I messed around with it a little more and it started working. Never did figure it out until now. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
I've worked on these the first drove me crazy. its the turn signal switch every thing runs thru these. head lights, turn signal, brakes. except the third brake light. it runs directly from the brake switch. go figuare
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
Most certainly a wiring fault, you need a wiring diagram, these items are related as in all on same circuit. Check rear of fuse box.
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
look for a fuse labeled park or tail lamps in your owners manual fuse box diagram. You may have to chase a wiring issue as well.
Posted on Jul 07, 2012
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