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Head Lights I have a 1995 crown vic police interceptor. Awhile back I needed to replace the dim head light bulbs. We got the right bulbs and carefully put them in to prevent our skin from toching the glass. We got them changed but then the dims wouldn't light up we double checked the bulbs & if we knocked anything loose & couldn't find anything. Now all I can use are the brights but since they are so dull nobody notices it. Any ideas of what might have happened?

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If only the headlights are dull and not putting out the correct light, I would suspect a bad ground (earth) connection somewhere in the headlight circuit or the fuse for the headlight circuit. Something is causing excessive resistance and causing less voltage to be provided for the headlights. If all the lights are dimly lit, then I would check the charging system, the battery and the ground cable for the battery, chassis, and engine.

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