Any value in turning each on and then going out front and seeing which bulb is lit? Or easier yet, park in front of a reflective surface like a storefront window and watch from the driver's seat?
Glad to hear you figured it out. If it were me I'd have taken it back to the body shop and had them put it back together correctly. Hopefully they did a better job on the other body work. Were both headlight assemblies damaged?Thanks.. when the car was worked on at body shop they swapped some bulbs around.. figured it out with Honda Pilot Headlight Bulbs Replacement Guide - 2003 To 2008 Model Years - 1st Generation - Picture Illustrated Automotive Maintenance DIY Instructions
What was that about again? Seems to have slipped my mind. Well, you know what they say: If you can't remember, it must not have been... something or other...it's on the tip of my tongue... it'll come back to me...oh well, you know what I mean...now, where did I put my keys... kids today...
SpokenPosted like a true expert.
And here I thought I was just a loser reporting on an old thread for no reason....That explains why my made-for-Canada 2006 lost the ability to DRL when I put in high beam LEDs, whereas I don't see the same problem reported on made-for-USA Pilots of that generation. Mystery solved.
I tried the recommended decoder today, now that it has been delivered, but unfortunately it seems to make no difference. The DRL dash light remains on, and the DRL themselves still fail to turn on. I've tried on both sides individually and together, and reversing the polarity on each as well...www.piloteers.org