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Honda civic projector left headlight fuse continues to blow

I installed new projector headlights and the left low beam fuse blows

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  • throastn Jan 13, 2008

    headlight fuse does not blow for a while.

  • throastn Jan 13, 2008

    headlight fuse does not blow straight away.

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    i need diagram for model 1201gc

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Connect the headlights through a relay. The fuses cannot cope with the startup current of the new headlight.

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