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When i;m driving down the road i loose my head light and wipers tryed changeing the relay still the same

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Only about 30 or 40 possibilities! Sorry.
However, here are some that I have experienced or know about, NOT in order of happen most common.
Bad or defective headlight switch. Bad (or loose terminals on the) battery. Bad (or loose wires on the) alternator. A loose body plug between the engine and the car body ( usually around the firewall in side the hood by the steering column). Shorted wire or bad problem with the headlight relay under the hood of the car.
One way to check for where the problem is is to use your nose. If it happens again, raise the hood and sniff around and see if you smell anything burned. You will need a flashlight at night.
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