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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your multi function switch (headlamp / dimmer / signal) check for power on outlet side of connector to both hi and low beams. sidebar- I have seen both low beam elements burn out together, but if you have replaced both bulbs not the issue, if not give it a shot, stranger things have happened.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
If you put it in; did you touch the bulb with your fingers? If so, I've seen bulbs pop as soon as they're put in. The oil from your skin leaves a residue, and the heat goes to it, and blows the bulb. wear jersey or latex gloves when you re-install new bulb. If it still doesn't work, replace headlight bulb socket
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
If you have the HID bulbs, and there is moisture in the bottom of the assembly, the high voltage box at the bottom will not work. this requires removing the whole headlamp, removing the circuit board from the bottom and drying out. I have done mine twice before finally finding how water was getting in at the top seam of the lamp assembly. You will have to dis-assemble part of the wheel well and bumper cover to gain access to all the mounting bolts. Best of luck
Posted on May 02, 2010
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