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Trouble with my headlights

Hi im having trouble with my headlights in my 2001 honda accord only my brights were working so i replaced the headlights for new ones but they still dont work. do you have any idea what i might try to fix the problem? thanks,

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First, you might check your dimmer relay fuse (under hood fuse box, number 2, (7.5A).
Hope it's that simple (if not, you will have to have the relay tested, and possibly replaced; probably something you don't want to try yourself.)

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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