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· Tarmac Terrorist
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240droptop said:
k well i checked the plug that goes into the back of the headlight that was in fine, is that the wire you were talknig abot if not where is the other ones I should check thanks
When the headlight is burnt out, hit it with enough force to see if it comes on, headlights on my old Aerostar did that once in a while.
It is usually cause by corroded connections between the bulb and the headlight connection. This usually means time to replace the headlights, try some vasaline on the connections as well that will never hurt.
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