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Sabaru forester blowing head lite bulbs , Seems there is a power surge during start up cycle . two solutions possible ... 1 a delay switch to turn lites on say thirty seconds after start up when voltage has stablised . 2 fitting either a capacitor behind each lite to smooth voltage supply at start up . 3 turn lites off for starting ....

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