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Electrical connection plug for passenger side low beam light. Plug gets hot and light will go on and off, the plug looks dark from the heat.Everything seems to work fine with the high beams and the driver side works ok with no over heating of the high or low beam. I checked the fuse box and everthing looks ok. I guess my question is , can I buy a replcement connection plug for this lowbeam light and splice it in. Thanks

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Yes you can but why?just spray it with wd40 to keep it dry and keep the contacts from arcing.

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