Low beams and tail lights out after Protune
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    Low beams out after Protune

    Hi,

    Got my car back from the shop yesterday; drives fine except I noticed both my low beams were out.

    Here is what I have noticed so far:

    1. Dash lights on
    2. signal/tailouts on
    3. high beams on
    4. parking lights on
    5. Haven't tried cruise control yet
    6. interior cabin lights on
    7. center dash/radio works


    I will test for a couple more things yet, but so far only those mentioned lights were out. I read that it is possible (rare) for a fuse to blow during tuning. Because I'm pretty new to the tuning scene, I have no idea where to start. The tuner shop isn't opened until tomorrow, thinking I can do some investigation today (I won't fiddle with anything ). Can any of you guys share some insight on this?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by youra6; 03-16-2014 at 10:54 AM.

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    Take it back. Ive never heard of this before. Have them fix it, no tune should make your lights stop working. Goodluck bud !

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    Probably just coincidence that it happened during tuning. You probably have a bad relay.
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