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Low beams , not working.

jemanuelejemanuele Member Posts: 1
edited August 2016 in Maserati
I have a Maserati 2002 4200GT Coupe
Both low beam headlights stopped working
Low beam relay ok
Both low beam fuses ok
If bypass fuses low beams work.
All fuses on the passenger side boxes are ok.
Is there an other relay somewhere ?
Sometime had to flip the headlight switch several time to get it working,
but does not come on anymore.
I do not have the wiring diagram to test it.
Any suggestions?
I am 3 hours away from the nearest dealer.


  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481
    edited August 2016
    Well if you jumped over the fuses and the lights worked then you have bad fuses or some wiring issue behind the fuse box or corrosion in the box. How did you test your fuses? You should use an ohm meter. Multiple tries with the light switch also suggests some increased resistance from corrosion or bad wiring.
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