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1999 Altima has a buzzing noise that starts when I

We recently replaced both head light lamps. Within a couple of months the left side high beams only came on. The lamp was good, and we had the plug like thing replaced that attaches to the lamp. Now I am getting a buzzing noise that started when I released the parking break. The noise stopped when I turned on the headlights. The headlights stopped working again and we wiggled the wiring around the headlight and the lights came on and the buzzing stop. All of a sudden this is happening again and the right light goes off as well.
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  • jillwingrove Nov 07, 2009

    Is there a possibility that the halogen lights might be causing this problem. We just had someone look at it again, and they said they found a problem with the wiring for the daytime running module, but the problem came back again the same night.

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You have a short in the headlight wire trace it back and look for cracked or worn wire

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