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Prelude the 90 and the front right focus doesn't ascend

Hello, I am from Chile and I have just registered in the forum, I found it looking for a solution to my problem, I feel happy of being in a forum of Honda Prelude (they are not many those that I have found).
Good I take advantage of explaining to them more or less my problem, I have a Prelude the 90 and the front right focus doesn't ascend, he/she makes it if I light the lights in high, if I light them in low alone it goes up the left one but the right lights without ascending and if I turn off them leaving alone those of lit parking lot also go up the right, when I go up the focuses from the button of the board they also go up both focuses, when I give birth the high throwing of the cane with the out focuses they go up both, whenever they ascend or they lower both focuses the right he/she has enough retard in being worked. (The left one always ascends and it usually lowers).
The focus is not begun in any part, however this happens me since I have left begun by the hood by about 3 minutes. This coincides with which in that moment it was being about leaving it with the lazy eyes cutting a cable from the button of the board to go up the focuses, there the focus by chance is begun with the hood, after unlocking it it no longer worked very not even when I reconnected the cable.
Not I have a clear idea of what can be, Relay, fusible, or the motor of the focus, I wait they guide me a little.
Ahead of time thank you and regards to all
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Excuse for the bad grammar, I am using a translator.


Hola, soy de Chile y me acabo de registrar en el foro, lo encontré buscando una solución a mi problema, me siento contento de estar en un foro de Honda Prelude, (no son muchos los que he encontrado).
Bueno aprovecho de explicarles más o menos mi problema, tengo un Prelude del 90 y el foco delantero derecho no sube, lo hace si enciendo las luces en alta, si las enciendo en baja solo sube el izquierdo pero el derecho enciende sin subir y si las apago dejando solo las de estacionamiento encendidas sube también el derecho, cuando subo los focos desde el botón del tablero también suben ambos focos, cuando le doy a la luz alta tirando del bastón con los focos apagados suben los dos, siempre que suben o bajan ambos focos el derecho tiene bastante retardo en accionarse. (El izquierdo siempre sube y baja normalmente).
El foco no está trabado en ninguna parte, sin embargo esto me sucede desde que se me quedo trabado por el capó por unos 3 minutos. Esto coincide con que en ese momento estaba tratando de dejarlo con los ojos perezosos cortando un cable desde el botón del tablero para subir los focos, ahí el foco por casualidad quedo trabado con el capó, luego de destrabarlo ya no funcionó bien ni siquiera cuando reconecté el cable.
No tengo una idea clara de lo que pueda ser, Relay, fusible, o el motor del foco, espero me orienten un poco.
De antemano gracias y saludos a todos

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Re: Prelude the 90 and the front right focus doesn't ascend

Already the problem, stupidity mine was solved, the battery was low and non taenia forces to lift both focuses in a correct way.
But the good thing of this is that it is the experience and God willing he/she helps somebody more if he/she has those symptoms with their focuses, xD.

Thank you.
Cordial regards

Ya se solucionó el problema, torpeza la mía, la batería estaba baja y no tenia fuerza para levantar ambos focos de manera correcta.
Pero lo bueno de esto es que queda la experiencia y ojala le ayude a alguien más si tiene esos síntomas con sus focos, xD.

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Re: Prelude the 90 and the front right focus doesn't ascend

You are from Chile but where do you live now?
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En Arica, Chile.

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