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Old 03-21-2006, 02:11 AM   #1  
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Default headlight short?

sorry for being a jackass but i also posted this in euro headlights and taillights, but im posting it here also just because people might not check on the HL + TL section as often.

"Well hopefully someone can help...

I have aftermarket headlamps that convert our normal mustang headlights to projection.. I changed out the H3 bulbs and boom no more then an hour later one of them goes out.. so i take it all apart again thinking "Wow what a peice of crap bulb", after a while of NOT working I plug my stock headlamp in and still nothing...so that rules out the possibility of the bulb burning out.. its something else not related to the headlamp itself... and now im stumped because the other headlight is working just fine.. Did I short something?... if i did how shall i fix it :P ? are the left and right headlights run on seperate fuses? im sooooo confused.. and most likely really confusing you as well.

if anyone can help! please do asap because I need to be able to drive :'( "

Thanks guys.
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