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2005 Honda CR-V low beam headlight problem

Driver's side headlight keeps going out and when you hit the fender it pops back on. turn the lights off and the next time you turn them on, it may or may not come on. apparently the bulb is not burned out but it is not making a connection all the time.

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  • barbrenz Jun 22, 2009

    thank you to jigsaw 9077 for the suggestion. will pass it onto my mechanic. will let you know if that solves the problem.

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Its the switch circuit connection check it . then the wires connecting to the fusible link to see the fusible link also .

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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