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Headlight shortage my passenger headlight keeps going out on me, every month i have to change the bulb. i think it has a shortage somewhere, i also checked the fuse box and everything look good , please help, thank you.

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Is the bulb connector melted? Its the plastic piece that the bulb plugs into. You can get a new one from your Mazda dealer for about $20. I've seen quite a few bulb connectors go bad and short out the bulbs. Especially when people run mp3 players and phone chargers all the time.

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I had gave a jump to my car and instead of connecting the ground to the engine i put the ground to the finder of the hood and it shortage my headlight,fuse is good the plastic piece that the bulb goes to is good as well, its a 04 impala i read the voltage on the headlight says 4 my other says 10 so i decied to connect the fog light wire to the adapter so it can use the power from the head lights now its just blinks gues sit wasnt enough power any ideas?

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