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Old 11-28-2020, 06:13 PM   #1
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Default Low voltage to headlights on right side

Hi,

Hit a dear three weeks ago, fixed the damage and then on the first day after repairs hit another dear. Damage both times was to the right, passenger, side. Replaced the headlight assembly including bulbs only to discover the lights glow dimly.

Checked connections and wires but no obvious issues. Some minor housing damage on wires to one of the lamps. As far as i can tell there is a single fuse for the headlights that has four pins and is located under the passenger dash.

Completely out of my element when it comes to electrical issues. Any guidance would be appreciated. was not able to find any answers in a forum search.

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Default Re: Low voltage to headlights on right side

Sorry car is a 2007 suturn vue 2.2L
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Old 11-30-2020, 12:55 PM   #3
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Default Re: Low voltage to headlights on right side

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As far as i can tell there is a single fuse for the headlights that has four pins and is located under the passenger dash.
This doesn't sound right. A single fuse with four pins? Sounds like a relay, not a fuse but according to Chilton both the 15 amp headlight fuse and the DRL relay are in the underhood fuse block.

"Completely out of my element when it comes to electrical issues".
That sounds correct.

"Any guidance would be appreciated". A library book on basic automotive wiring & Chilton Saturn Vue 2002-07 repair manual.

"was not able to find any answers in a forum search". Since you did a forum search I and I'm sure others here would be happy to help, just give us more to go on. All headlights dim or just right side? Same with high beams?
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