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1992 buick lasaber headlight wont shut off most time

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The light switch in the door has a wire going to the relay. The wire flexes when the door opens and so breaks and is intermittent. A bundle of wires are in the rubber accordion hose at the door hinge. Cut a **** into that to expose the wires. Probably by flexing the wires individually you can identify which one is for the headlight and where the break is. So you'll need to splice in another piece of wire to fix it. There is not much space to work, but your spliced wire can be a comfortably sized loop, and you can use twist connectors or just twist and glue the ends together.

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