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Headlight Left headlight continues to go blow, after repeated changing of bulbs. Having troubles figuring out if its an electrical problem or something smaller. Please help?

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This is always caused by moisture getting into the headlight lens assembly, the surface of the bulb is about 500 degree's, if any moisture even a tiny bit gets on the bulb is cracks the glass and the filament burns out, the leak will be in the electro-static seal weld of the lens edge and is a common concern on all models of cars that use a plastic lens and separate bulb setup. Solution replace the headlight lens, they are cheap and can be bought from partstrain.com, about $60.00

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