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Head light won't turn off

The head light on the drivers side won't turn off.

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I have similar problem with my 95 windstar, headlights wont shut off, need to take fuse out to shut off lights, any ideas on how to fix it?

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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THE BULB ON PASSENGER MUST BE BLOWED OUT.IF ONE HEAD LIGHT STAYS ON ITS THE DRL RELAY STUCK CLOSED.CHECK TO SEE IF PASSENGER HEAD LIGHT IS BLOWED.

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SOURCE: i have a 2003 hyundai tibron.having head light problems

difficult one this ??do you mean the indicator front light drivers side is dim?? Now as for it not starting with headlights switch in the on position and the headlights not working then i can only assume that the wires in the multiplug connector behind the steering column are playing up ,either shorting across or the the wire insulation has fused together.Without motor in front of me its very difficult to say whats wrong,this is the sort of job for a dealer only type mechanic who only works on one make of vehicle.Because they will have come across this before no doubt unlike a bodgy old cowboy like myself who will take on anything with an engine.

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SOURCE: 2005 honda accord / head light

I believe there is a panel in the wheel well that gives you access to the headlight....

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SOURCE: Driver's side head light

There is 2 plastic clips behind the headlight, lift these up and pull the headlight out. Then just twist the plastic cap out of the headlight and replace. (Do not touch the bulb when replacing). Then put headlight back in all the way and slide the plastic retainer clips back into position.

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SOURCE: my 2004 jeep grand cherokee's drivers side brake

I would suggest that you take a look here (I used this to correct brake-light issues on my '01):

http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/jeep-grand-cherokee/T63DRCOTUFKMHQ207

Many Grand Cherokees have had this type of issue. The thread is lengthy, but does cover just about every type of issue known with the tail/brake lights.

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SOURCE: dodge stratus 2004 head light bulb replacement

Headlight Bulb Replacement
1. Open the hood and remove the two headlight mounting
screws.
2. Remove the push-in fasteners for the grill area by prying under the
head of the fasteners with a flat bladed tool.

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