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Old 21-10-15, 08:56 AM   #1
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Default Full Beam One Side Not Working 07 Partner 1.6Hdi

HI, I changed the headlamp recently because the old one had burned the bulb connector. When I turn to full beam the new headlamp does not work but dipped is fine. Is it possible the burning of the old headlamp connector caused damage farther back? is there a full beam fuse or relay?
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Old 21-10-15, 05:16 PM   #2
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Try a new bulb.
Always do the simple fixes first. The relay operates both headlamps, it could be a bad connection, but a blown filament is by far the most likely fault.

Roger.
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Old 21-10-15, 06:49 PM   #3
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Agreed - swap the bulbs from the working side to the not-working side to eliminate it.

If the working bulb doesn't work in the non-working bulbs holder, then its not the bulb.....
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Old 21-10-15, 07:25 PM   #4
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Ok I have done what Ginger suggested and still no joy. Where do I begin to proceed from here ? Definitely something wrong with the connection. I am afraid a wire has burned back in the electrics

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Old 21-10-15, 07:59 PM   #5
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Have a look in the fusebox in the engine bay.

Fuses 9 and 10 are dipped beam, 11 - 12 are the main beam.

This information came from Infotec, which is an online handbook for Peugeots - INFOTEC - Service Box Peugeot - you will need to select 'English' from the drop down menu in the top right of the screen
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Old 21-10-15, 08:05 PM   #6
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Thank you ,thank you, thank you, #11 has gone to God
I will replace it in the morning, thank you again
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Old 02-11-15, 09:45 AM   #7
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Could also be canbus system,mine did that when a bulb went,had to disconnect battery. Make sure you have your radio code handy.
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