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Go to your local auto parts store and buy some new ones. They will help you put them in. It sounds like you lost the low beams. When the low beams go out the high beams will still work. It just sounds to me like the bulbs are out. if not they shouldn't charge you for the bulbs.
Normally the headlights are sealed and filled with an inert
gas. The reason for the moisturizing may be due to damaged seal, that's causing
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I'm having a problem with my right headlight on my crown 2008 crown vic, whenever it rains my right headlight won't turn off, even when there's no key in the ignition, sometimes it turns on by itself if the car is out in the rain, any help would be much appreciated
Yes its located on the lever on your left on steering column just turn forward twice for regular lihgts front ,tail,& marke will light up. other wise your car is equipped with daytime running lights and twilight sentinel witch will automaticly turn your lights on.
Sounds as though you have an exposed electrical connection that's either getting splashed from the tires, or the moisture is creating a temporary disconnection. This can happen, but once it dries it will resume working. I would have your electrical system checked. I would also have your headlight switch checked for a possible short.
it sounds like the headlight housing has a leak where the lens and the housing are joined. when it rains the water is going down in to your light housing and contacting your light bulb when you are driving. you can get a tube of clear silicone and run a bead all the way around the housing. also want to make sure you are putting the seal back in place when you are replacing the light bulb. good luck.
im not sure which ground you cleaned and changed but i would start with the oone closest to the problem area. Look under the kick panel at your left ankle or under the dash where the light switch is. Is your floor wet after these rains along that sidewall where your left foot would be? Could be you have a leak in the windshiel allowing water in there and shorting your ground.
let me know how this goes