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  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    find the fuse for mazda 6 head light

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    bought a car that was apparently in a small crash, theres a yellow wire coming from the back of the headlight in which looks like it should slide on a tooth somewhere but im not sure as to where, the headlight doesn't work because of this and hoping someone knows where to plug it in

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You have a shorted wire to the headlight circuit, you will need a wiring diagram to track this down, I know of no specific issues with this car that are of this nature.

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