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Old 10-22-2010, 06:28 PM

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more then 1 way to change a light bulb

Hey guys, i was replacing my head light bulbs with some (what i was under the impression as) quality light bulbs... my high beam light is always on now and when the regular drive lights are on its worse then driving with one stock light! and what you would call the "high beams" seam to be normal lighting... so long story but you can only plug the light in one way right....but leave it to me to screw a light bulb install up
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Old 10-23-2010, 04:05 PM
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It only goes in one way... but make sure you got 9007 bulbs, and that the light socket isnt melted.

Also make sure that the bulb is secured correctly in the housing.
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