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John I cant open that link? Barry smartass1 is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Smart Car of America Advertisement post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-19-2008, 11:16 AM Dunerunner Banned Join Using a knife, take the plastic cap off the end of the stalk. The driver side lens has an issue, the (cheap)metal ring that holds the bulb locking assembly to the lens has separated from the plastic. http://atomirc.net/smart-car/smart-car-lights-not-working.html

Which is doesnt. It sits between the high an low beam bulbs. Really nobody have a electrical scheme..? Their low brightness means they won’t drain the battery as quickly as regular headlights. http://www.smartz.co.uk/archive/index.php/t-10549.html

Last edited by ethanol-smart; 18-11-12, 08:26 PM. Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Sometimes my back taillight bulb will shift out of position, this will cause one of my headlights to go or one of my turn signals to stop working. Looking forward to hearing back from some who may have figured this one out already.

I assumed this was for the blinker. What’s more, nor will your registration plate, which could land you in trouble with the police. I had my two front bulbs go at the same time TAIM12-08-2009, 09:00 PMHi all. Tires Find the right tires for your car Insurance Get a free insurance quote -- Smart Car Forum (Full) -- Smart Car Forum (Classic) -- Smart Car Forum (Mobile) Contact

MADNESS Autoworks 49,306 views 6:07 Smart 450 panel replacement part 3 - Duration: 3:26. That is the underlying principle of safe and considerate headlight use.  For all the latest news, advice and reviews from Telegraph Cars, sign up to our weekly newsletter by entering your acefree is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-28-2015, 05:41 PM Smart Bob Join Date: Aug 2008 Location: Monrovia, CA Posts: 1,153 Thanks: 765 http://www.smartcarofamerica.com/forums/f4/tail-light-brake-light-problems-12807/ Can anyone help me with this problem.

Greetings, do your 'high' beam head lights work? Exercising the stalk has no effect. It is hard but I can do it through the grilles with only minor bruising. Always happens, my master cylinder broke the day before my last MOT on my old car, wouldn't have happened any other time!

Then replace the 1157 bulbs in the grille with 1157 LED's (available at Cdn. http://clubsmartcar.com/index.php?/topic/25461-electrical-issues-with-headlights/ You can also use these to illuminate your car when it’s parked, if you’re afraid other drivers might not see it. The wires between the CS, the Signal Acquisition Module (SAM), or the connectors at each end. Up next Smart For Two Coupe Light Bulb Change - Duration: 4:50.

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I don't know if the headlights are on the same one as the working things you mentioned, so check anyway if you have't Check here: http://www.evilution.co.uk/index.php?id=219 http://www.evilution.co.uk/index.php?id=220 Fuse 5-8 are all Here’s a quick guide to each of the main types of light you might find fitted to your car. In any case, they should only be used to complement dipped beam headlights when visibility drops below 100m, rather than to replace them. Check This Out Would it be a quicker to ask are there any lights that do work on your car:D The headlights work as they should, including the flasher.

Would it be a quicker to ask are there any lights that do work on your car:D I thought when you flashed, all lights came on including dipped and main beam? Vehicle Type - CarsChange2. And what do those headlight symbols actually mean?

This is partly because they aren’t bright enough to light the road ahead of you, but mainly because they are only fitted at the front of the car.

Guess I have to grind the contacts better. Then suddenly the hatch lift no longer holds it up and the hatch electronic opener doesn't unlock, though the other functions of the key work well. Loading... Car headlights are less simple than they used to be Credit: Alamy Alex Robbins, Consumer Editor, Telegraph Cars 25 November 2015 • 4:00pm You might think they are, but daytime running

Evilution is offline Quote Quick Reply post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-12-2008, 06:40 PM ultrajim49 Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: Pinellas Park Posts: 31 Thanks: 0 Thanked If you’re in any doubt as to whether it’s more appropriate to use sidelights or headlights, use the latter – it’s better to see and be seen than to take a The info from Evilution relates to a RHD car. http://atomirc.net/smart-car/smart-car-no-dash-lights.html On a LHD car the relay is located on the main wiring harness behind the instrument cluster.

I have seen this before. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites fordnut71 1 Regular Members 1 555 posts Gender:Male Location:bowmanville,ontario,canada ·#15 Posted December 23, 2012 · Report post the quality of Whilst we're on the subject of heads, do the headlights come on if you flash? (ign on for these checks) or do just the dipped beams work?