Chrysler Sebring Low Beam Headlight
About low beam headlight
The headlights that turn on when the headlight switch is switched on by default are the low beam headlights. Such lights are also known as dipped lights, as they are angled forward and downward. They have less visibility. Under certain conditions, they light the road ahead better so that they do not blind the oncoming drivers to crashes. Such lights are useful even for the drivers as cars travel even closer to each other on the opposite side.
What is the purpose of low beam headlight?
The low beam headlights allow the driver to have a clearer view of the previously blinded area when the driver's visibility drops below 150 metres due to extremely dark conditions or even rain. It also enhances safety during bad weather, keeping the beam focused.
How low beam headlight Works?
The low beam headlights are activated by default when the headlight switch is turned on. The low beam headlight relay is powered by activating the low beam lights when the headlight switch is set on through the turn indicator stalk or the stand alone switch. Because of the resistance, when the current passes through the filament within the bulb, the filaments heat up and instead shine. With the help of mirrors and reflectors this light was produced in focused and spread evenly.
Where is low beam headlight Located?
The low beam headlights are mounted within the headlight housing on either side of the front of the vehicle.