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Ducato X250 dipped light failure

My vans ducato x250 dipped lights both come on then go off some time 30 secs others less headlights are fine. Has anyone had this problem fixed ? Or know of any relay locations as I think I can hear a clik when they go off
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Re: Ducato X250 dipped light failure

I'd suggest you download the "Fiat Ducato 1st_X250_Training Manual.pdf" from the download section on the forum, link here:

https://www.fiatforum.com/downloads....downloadid=478

Page 120 onwards shows that the LH/RH dipped beams are separately fused, but appear to be controlled by a single "contactor" (I'm reading relay) at T01 in the underdash fuse/relay box.
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Well already had the download so checked relay today and found all to be ok ?
Until I started the engine then no dipped lights working
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Re: Ducato X250 dipped light failure

Can you confirm that with the ignition ON that the dipped beams work ok but go out if the engine is started as that is how I understand your last post?

I have attached the dipped beam operation and wiring information. The relay within the dash fuse box is energised from a negative going signal, i.e battery 0V, from the Body Computer so that is where to start. Is the relay getting the signal? If you remove the relay and short out pins 30 to 87 and put it back in do the lights remain ON?
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Re: Ducato X250 dipped light failure

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Can you confirm that with the ignition ON that the dipped beams work ok but go out if the engine is started as that is how I understand your last post?
Yes thats exactly what happens I'll do as you suggest as soon as I can and report back Thanks for your input
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