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Right head light out

I checked the bulb, and it's OK. I checked the fuse under the hood, and it's OK. Any ideas?

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  • gordoncoker Feb 27, 2009

    I looked at the connector, and it looks good. It is clean, no corrosion, etc. and it passed the wiggle test

  • gordoncoker Feb 28, 2009

    It just stopped working



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Check the wire connector at the head light

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  • qdogqtip Feb 27, 2009

    when did the light go out was it changed or did it just stop working



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