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When you replace headlights in today's cars, DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS OF THE BULB!. Handle the bulb only with the packing material the bulb ships in, or with a clean dry cloth.The oils in your skin will cause premature failure of the bulb.

Also, check the sockets (car side) carefully to make sure they are not burned.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: HEADLIGHT BULB KEEP BURNING OUT ON MY BENZ..2002 C CLASS

Try to put a relay on every bulb to prevent burning, and also check the bulb socket make sure it is not loose.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Problems with brake lights on my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

YES -- process of elimination. Obviously there's a short circuit in the Brake/Headlight circuits - right? Blown fuse(s) is/are evident of this -- would you agree? Which fuse(s) is/are blowing? An analysis tells you that the only time a fuse blows is when the headlamps are turned on -- correct? Otherwise, brake lights work normally -- right? OK. Head lamps have relays which turn them on. Here's a wiring diagram of the 2000 Hyundai Sonata (NOT the Jeep Grand Cherokee)
7a9e354.jpg a663f53.gif It would appear the problem is with one or more bulbs or sockets or both. As you many notice, there are no connections between the headlamps and brake lamps except the parking lamps (which share the bulbs/sockets)
c7068ec.gif When the headlamps are turned on, so does the tail lamp relay. As you can see, these bulbs/sockets are 'DUAL' filament to ground (series-parallel circuit). Just a guess here - the short is in one of the lower rear brake/parking lamp bulbs/sockets.... just a guess.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: car headlight bulb keeps burning out!

Must have a bad seal or broken/chipped lens allowing moisture to build up inside headlight.

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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SOURCE: headlights keep burning out.. 131,000 kms

try using (led) lights thay last ten times longer than regular lights hope this helps

Posted on Apr 26, 2011

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When you replace headlights in today's cars, DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS OF THE BULB!. Handle the bulb only with the packing material the bulb ships in, or with a clean dry cloth.The oils in your skin will cause premature failure of the bulb.

Also, check the sockets (car side) carefully to make sure they are not burned.

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