Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Galant
Although it is feasible that the aftermarket lights burnt the sockets, that would not cause the lights to turn on by themselves - a faulty switch would cause that. Inspect the wires that plug into the headlights - if they are not melted or burnt then they don't need replacing. I think you should go elsewhere for a second opinion - just to be sure you got an honest one the first time. Some shops replace everything as a general rule - not because it all needs replacement, but because they make more money on the job. I don't work for a shop like that and feel that is the wrong attitude to have - money is too tight for that!
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Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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