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Passanger side dimmer than driver side (already changed the bulbs)

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If you are referring to the headlights, then check the ground wire to the dimmer light, clean or re-locate wire to better ground location.

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bad ground wire or bad socket where bulb goes in. test with voltmeter if handy. both sides should have same volts coming out, if not, bad ground or connection.
my 99 percent experienced guess would be in socket bulb holder is not making a good ground connection.

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

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