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Old 01-20-2011, 05:56 PM
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headlight problem

i would appreciate it if someone would help me with a problem i have. i got new lights in my car the connector was melted so i replace the connector and only the brights work on that side the other side works fine its not the bulb i swapped them out they both work fine just that ones side the dims dont work appreciate the help thanks alot. hope to hear back asap

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the left and right side headlight wiring is isolated from one another( 2 seperate circuits) as well as the hi and low beam circuit . I would start tracing voltage at the headlight switch. it is the most sensible place to start.
That makes 4 seperate circuits all together
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Ok I'll start doing that and let you know
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