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Hello and welcome!My name isCustomerand I can assist you with your question.
Sorry, I just realized your in a different country. I will leave this open for other experts.
Send me your VIN and I will see if I can help..
It looks like I do have information on this vehicle. What exactly is your question with the vehicle?
Ok, let me do some digging..
It looks like the BCM controls the headlamp relay circuit based off of the input from the headlamp switch. You would need to check the signal from the headlamp switch into the BCM and then from the BCM, to the headlamp relay out to the headlamps.
YES, I would agree. Chances are the problem is between the fuse(s) and the headlamps. Either a wiring issue/harness or connector.
You mean you would like a wiring diagram of this circuit?
My diagram does not show a connector from the fuses to the low beams
But you could follow the color wire from each of the fuses to the headlight bulbs.
For example, the yellow wire goes to the left low beam and the tan/white wire goes to the right low beam bulb
Here is a wiring diagram
Right, I understand. What I am saying is that there connector on the diagrams I have access to. That is why I am suggesting to just bypass that connector all together and jumper the wires from either side of the connector (going in and coming out of that connector using my wiring diagram I sent). Maybe it is because of country your in unless this is a vehicle that was brought over there but made or manufactured in the U.S. Another reason would be if it is an aftermarket connector. I can also leave this question open for other experts if you would like.. maybe another expert will have access to this information.. but I dont think this will be the case. However these are just some suggestions as I am just trying to help you.