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Headlight promblem left hand side want go up change motor still dont work rigt side go up when turn off goes down then go up again by it self and stay up 1999 corvette thank in advance

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I had a problem like this and it was because some idiot before me put a volt meter probe in there and bent the contacts in the connector. Bent them back and it solved my issue. Also when mine were on the one giving me the problem would also be dim due to the resistance.

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Could be the relays..
That happened in my TranzAm and I replaced the realys & fixed the problems I was having..

Hope this helps !!

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