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One of my brights doesn't work, I've tried replacing the bulb and adjusting the direction of the light. Could it be a fuse?

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  • WADE Aug 06, 2010

    YES , THERE ARE FUSES FOR EACH LIGHT LOW AND HIGH BEAM CIRCUIT ALL REQUIRE 10 AMP FUSES FUSE #26 LEFT SIDE ,,,FUSE #27 RIGHT SIDE

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Yes in theory it could be a fuse, or a problem in your wiring, but hopefully its a fuse.

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