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One head light is on and the other is off,when nyou dim them the opposite light is on and the other is off? i changed the bulbs and the fuses are good.

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You may have a bad ground. Trace the white wiuth a black wire at the headlamps, and endure that the wires are solidly and properly grounded. Start at the connector, and work your way back.

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