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Poor head light drivers side.acts like a bad ground does it go through the computer

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NO HAS LITTLE TO DO WITH ECM STICK WITH GROUNDS AND POOR CONECTIONS THATS YOUR PROBLEM OR FALTEY BLUB PIER.J

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