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  • MrShift@Edmunds 07/13/11 11:45 am PST

    This does happen on occasion. I've heard various theories, such as moisture leaking into the bulb enclosure; faulty fuse; someone touching the bulbs with bare skin prior to installation; or a current surge.


    I guess I'd check to see how much voltage is going to the plug-in behind the bulb; also check for moisture behind the lens and last of all, replace the headlight fuses with new ones.

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