Sorry, I've been really busy lately with some other stuff..
master, BOTH bulbs were tested using a 9v battery and both came on. Yes, I'm looking at the right relay as well, I was watching him (the mechanic) install the lights and specifically remember the relay.
hotbird, I kind of understand what you're saying, but not fully.. Few questions
Can you see numbers on the relay near the terminals (where the wires connect) anywhere? If so, grab a test light or have someone do it for you and make a few checks:
Connect your test light's wire to ground, and see if there is power at terminal 30. This supplies power into the relay.
"Grab a test light", meaning? Take off one of the driving lights? I'm just REALLY confused at this part. I can read the relay fine, just don't understand the instructions.. Sounds like I'm supposed to pull out one of my driving lights, hook up the negative lead to terminal 30 (assuming I unplug what's there?), but what about the positive? Sorry, I read over it a few times and just don't understand, lol. Maybe I'll just get the mechanic to check since I have to go up there soon for brakes anyways, though I would really like to be able to do this myself..
I checked the grounds and they look fine. I took them off and reput them where they were just to see if maybe one had come loose or something, but they look perfectly fine.
Are you guys sure that blackish stuff in the fuse is okay?