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  • Low beam headlights not working. KDJ120 2008 model

    I can't find the fuses/relays for the low beam headlights. There is no mention of low beam fuses in my owners manual. Curiously the under bonnet fuse box under lid shows two high beam fuses and two low beam fuses but there are two empty holes where the low beam fuses should go.
    So I guess the low beam must operate with a relay(s). Does anybody know where it/they is/are situated? Chatswood Toyota want me to book the car in to fix this problem but I don't want to be bothered taking it there and coming back to pick it up for something which should be in my owners manual. It can't be rocket science.......

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    There's no seperate fuse for the low beam, it is a common supply to both high and low first from the headlight relay to the headlight fuses. Have you checked the headlight globes? I have had both blow on the same day (admittedly due to vibration from corrugations). This pdf should help https://www.dropbox.com/s/0zd9wxtqbs...rcuit.pdf?dl=0
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      Thanks Adrian, It is indeed a dead bulb. I got sidetracked because my fuse box cover shows 4 fuses one each for R & L Hi and Lo beam and only the Hi beam exist.
      This happened after a Cape York trip but the original ones have lasted for 11 years on many outback trips on fearsome corrugations so good value.

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