My husband opened the steering column cover, removed all of the switch connectors but the running lights are still on. Also, in case this helps, usually the parking break will shut the running lights off that is no longer working either. The parking lights are also staying on when the car is off.
We were finally able to get a meter and a Haynes repair manual for the S series Saturn. My husband Chuck has some questions.
1) He needs to know where the Body Control Module, IP Switch and the DRL Relay are located. Is it possible for one of these to be to cause the problem with the daytime riunning lights? Also, The high beams will not come on.
2) What is the Body Control Modules function?
3) In the Lever Combo Control switch do we use the black wire to measue ohm's to the pink wire? If not then what?
4) There are 2 pink wires in the Lever Control Switch. Which one do we ohm?
5) The I/P Switch also has a pink wire that goes to the right high beam, within that switch there is a solid state, what is it's function?
6)The black wire that comes out of the Lever Combo switch goes to the I/P Splice pack too, what is it's function
7) There is a DRL Switch under the hood in the fuse block that the right high beam goes to, what is it's function?
7) He needs to know where the Body Control Module, IP Switch and the DRL Relay are located. Is it possible for one of these to be to cause the problem with the daytime riunning lights? Also, The high beams will not come on.
My computer has been down and I am just getting back to my car issue. In your last respone you wrote "to correctly measure ohms you need to disconnect the headlamp switch and measure the opposite end while its unplugged at the headlamps. let me work on a sechmatic for you. i just don't have one handy with me right now."
Might you have a schematic for me?
Also, from what I understand, the wiring harness is all one piece for all of the headlights. Is there a different part that could be bad? Or would it make sense to go ahead and replace the harness?