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The headlights are not bright not even with the brights on the lights are very dim. Changed out the light bulbs didnt solve the problem

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Try running another earth wire to both bulbs

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My 1999 1500 headlights are very dim. My brights are as bright as standard lights should be. What does this mean


1, Find the negative ground connection. clean it and reattach.

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I had the exact same problem. Everything checked out ok at the garage including the earths. Finally we discovered that it is very easy to push the bulbs in in the wrong position and they will work but they are too dim. There is only one way that they are supposed to fit in, as soon as we got them slotted in correctly - bingo, dazzling headlights!

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When I turn on the bright lights, one headlight goes out. when I turn off the bright lights, the other headlight goes out


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You probably installed the wrong bulbs. Although the bulbs you bought may physically fit into place, they may be wired differently. Go to the auto parts store and look up the proper bulbs for your specific vehicle--don't just buy ones on the shelf that look the same. I have a friend who did that and the bulb he got was designed such that they high and low beams were reversed, so he always had one headlight on high and the other on low!

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Replace your headlights. Your brights are no longer working. There are 2 sets of lights in each headlight. One set for your dims and one set for your brights. It is time to replace the lights.

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