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86 samuri Right head light is dim . I replaved the bulb but did not help. any solutions

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    IT WAS THE FUSE

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Check the fuses or a ground is the problem also look at the socket and connection

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Check to make sure the ground wire on the light is making good connection this will cause a dim light

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