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Cars globes keep blowing

I have replaced the one headlight globe on my car several times in the last 2 months , and it lasts 2 or 3 days and then it needs replacing .The indicator globe on that side is also giving problems

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It may be that the alternator is over charging
If the head lights flare up when you rev. the motor it's a sign this is the case. Have it checked by an Auto Electrician.
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