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The drivers right side head lite is dim on normal and dim on bright. Both right side filaments are intact but only light dimly. When holding the bright swich lever in the switch on position there is a buzzing from a small relay like device just behind the left headlight. Is this the problem? Thanks for your help

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Follow the ground wire ( black to the raditor suport and reconnect it or add aground wire from it to the battery ground and it'll work good. Bet it goes out if you unplug the other headlightas it's grounding thought the other light.

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