Question about 2003 Honda Civic
Right head light wont work. plugged in a new bulb and still wont work. used test light on socket and shows current. test lighted the fuse and it shows full connection. Is there a tsb or typical cause? 03 civic ex
Did you try swaping bulbs from left to right to see if you got a bad bulb? Did you check voltage at the plug where the bulb itself plugs in? Test lights don't really show you the whole picture. Invest in a Voltage meter.
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Insert the new bulb. Be sure to wear disposable gloves when touching the new bulb oil from skin will cause bulb to burn out sooner. hold it by its base.
Test the headlight. Turn the headlights on to ensure proper installation.
Push the socket back into the headlight assembly. Be sure to align the retaining tabs in the socket with the slots on the headlight assembly during insertion. Turn the socket clockwise to secure it.
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