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Left side headlight inop after relamp on ford focus 2004

Turned on my headlights on my ford focus and they both did not work I replaced both bulbs and only my left bulb works.Checked all my fuses and there ok,swapped bulbs and there both good.

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I would take another look at the connector that goes to the bulb thats not working, if the contacts are burnt or have a green pwder like substance all over them you should replace the connector. hope this helps you and good luck!

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  • Ensure that the headlights on your Ford Focus are off by checking you have turned the headlight control all the way to the off position. Make sure your car is off and the keys are out of the ignition, so the daytime lamps are also off.
  • Open the hood using the hood release handle located inside the vehicle under the steering wheel on the left side of the instrument panel. Walk around to the front of your Ford Focus and release the auxiliary latch located under the front of the hood. Lift the hood and secure it in place with the yellow end of the hood's strut in the designated holes.
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  • Pull out the headlight bulb with its electrical connector straight out from the headlamp assembly.
  • Disconnect the bulb from the connector. Later editions of the Ford Focus may have a retaining ring that lies between the bulb and electrical connector. Simply remove this retaining ring by twisting it off with a counterclockwise turn.
  • Install the replacement headlight bulb in reverse order of removal. Use a HB2 replacement bulb for models older than 2004 and a HB5 bulb for models produced since 2005. Replace the wire clip and bulb cover, as well.
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