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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are no screws need to be removed from the headlight bezel as the lamp need be only removed from the rear. On the rear of the headlight unplug the wiring harness, then turn the big hand screw /catch only 1/4 turn and pull out the socket and lamp straight out. then replace the burnt lamp and do the reverse of which you did to get it out.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
either the headlight relay is stuck on. or the daytime running light module or relay is bad. to confirm find the relay center and switch the headlight relay out with another relay with the same part# on it. there should several in the relay center with the same part #. If this fixes the problem get a replacement relay. if not try switching out the relay for the daytime running lights. if no dice then unplug the daytime running light module.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
You will have to check there is an output voltage from the switch ( suspect plug connector) . If you say the fuses are ok then you will have to try either a relay or fuse box connector . Good luck
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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