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Question Details Asked:Jan 19, 2011 - 10:05 PMStatus:Closed
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You probally installed higher output bulbs which in turn brought your amperage draw above specs for your switch. Your switch has a internal circuit breaker in it. I sugest finding a lower amp bulb or go back to original bulbs. You might have damage the switch so it might be advisable to replace it to.
My 94 was doing the same thing i went to Napa Auto Parts and explained what was happening. They told me to replace the head light switch. I did, i have never had the problem since, been over a year. Head light switch is cheap and easy to install.
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