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Old 08-17-2019, 08:12 PM
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My 86 Jalpa drivers headlight has stopped popping up. Is there a fix? If not how do I remove?
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you can turn it up manually (there is a screw at the end) and then remove it.
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So if I turn knob, and crank the headlight to the full up position, then how do I remove the headlight motor?
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Don't know in Detail since I sold my car in 2006, but some of this might help:
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As Raymond told you have to turn with hand to full open the light. After remove the light then you can see in the light pod the arm between the motor and the pod, remove it after you have to remove 3 bolt and disconnect the motor.
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Thanks Eric,
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I did that last night and now have the motor off. After taking the headlight out you can then see the bolts that need to be taken off in order to remove the headlight. See the attachment for a picture looking through the headlight opening.
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Make sure it is the motor and not the relay. It is more likely a bad relay or loose wires on the back of the relay. Check for power to the motor when engaged.(Unplug and connect a volt meter) There are multiple relays in that circuit. Lee
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Checked for power on the 4 pole connector. I have power on 1 pole when headlight would be in up position that is the grey wire, and when in a down position power to the black wire. The up and down position are confirmed from the passenger side light that is going up and down. Can you tell me how to get to the back side of the relay to see if the pins are pushed out? I am also attaching a picture of a concern that may or may not be related to issue. This is on the panel above the headlight motor in the front boot. What is it and how do I re connect the broken wires?
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on the attached relay diagram, I have been asked by a local if it is 1 relay that operates both headlight motors? My answer was yes....is that correct?
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