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anyone came across this before on a 2011 civic 1.4

driver side went out first, pasenger side the day after.
i changed the bulbs but they didnt work, then i inspected the old bulbs and theres nothing wrong with them.

i checked fuses 16, 17 and 21. left/right low beam and low beam main. the fuses are spot on, bit brown around edges of the blades.

cars under warranty, when i rung honda they said theyre gonna hit me with 60£ diagnostics.

so have i check the wrong fuses or something else?
 

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Hi.
Had a look at the wiring, and:
Is the high beam working? If yes, we can rule out fuse nr 2 (60A) under the bonnet.
Next is the fuse nr 21 (20A) under the dash
Next nr 16 for the right light and nr 17 for the left (both 10A)
Then you check the ground no. 201 (right light) and 301 (left). Grounds are located:
201 - behind the front bumper - driver side corner (same as for right indicator)
301 - behind the bumper - passenger side corner (same as for left indicator)
 

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You can try following procedure to rule out the switch as well:
First, check fuses 16 under the bonnet and 10 under the dash;
Find a piece of tin foil and follow this procedure:
MICU diagnostic - Civinfo Wiki
Any errors showed?
Next, Under the dash, check the voltage on following plugs/wires, with your lights on:
Left light - connector G (21 contacts, long) wire YELLOW should be 12V according to body ground
Right light - connector F (34 contacts , long) wire GREEN should be 12V.
If the voltage isn't present then probably fuse box under the dash (MICU) is faulty.

Ask you friend to perform an input test of all switches using his computer (I presume its a HDS diagnostic system?)
Regards
 
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