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Dimming lights?

06 F-250 Headlights go dim after 3-4 days, then if I drive it in the rain or wash it the lights go bright again. 3-4 days go by and repeat the same. Lights dim prob 40 to 50 %. Brand new alt and batts. Any ideas? Thanks.

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06 F-250 Headlights go dim after 3-4 days, then if I drive it in the rain or wash it the lights go bright again. 3-4 days go by and repeat the same. Lights dim prob 40 to 50 %. Brand new alt and batts. Any ideas? Thanks.
Have you checked the wireing and grounds?

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Have you checked the wireing and grounds?
I've checked the wires. Where is the ground for the headlights located?

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mitchell ondemand just sayes right side of engine compartment for the right side and left side for the left so im not to sure. do you have a plow or anything on it thats tied into the headlights?

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