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  • avatar karjunkie 09/30/09 10:45 am PST

    There is a relay, and it is located on the back side of the junction block (which is where the fuse block is located). The fuse block is at the end of the dash on the driver's side, and the BCM (body control module) is mounted on the left side of the box next to the fuse panel that holds the high beam relay. The low beam relay is behind this box. In order to actually see the low beam relay you'll need to get your head down where the brake and gas pedals are and look up into that corner with a light. Not sure how much room there is to get in there and replace it. You may need to get someone with small hands to help you. It looks like you can swap out the high beam relay for the low beam relay and test to see if they work; if they do then you'll know what to pick up at the local parts store.

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  • karjunkie 09/30/09 10:45 am PST

    There is a relay, and it is located on the back side of the junction block (which is where the fuse block is located). The fuse block is at the end of the dash on the driver's side, and the BCM (body control module) is mounted on the left side of the box next to the fuse panel that holds the high beam relay. The low beam relay is behind this box. In order to actually see the low beam relay you'll need to get your head down where the brake and gas pedals are and look up into that corner with a light. Not sure how much room there is to get in there and replace it. You may need to get someone with small hands to help you. It looks like you can swap out the high beam relay for the low beam relay and test to see if they work; if they do then you'll know what to pick up at the local parts store.

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