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I am driving Honda CRV 2007 automatic . My left side headlight and park light are not working I believe is to due to starter which was fixed a while ago. I want to know if it is true ?

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It's possibe since much of the work is done on that side. Battery and intake need to come out on the drivers side. Possible a wire connection was left disconnected.
Check fuses too and wires at the back of the headlight.

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