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post #1 of 3 Old 11-21-2012, 10:00 AM Thread Starter
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Drivers side low beam quit working

Just returned from hunting and thanks to a nice officer he told me my drivers side low beam went out.I have the high beam when I turn it on which stumps me. I have replaced the bulbs, checked the fuse 47 which is good pulled the main fuse box and checked to see if any wire appeared pulled out. I am not sure which plug actually corresponds to the drivers side headlight but I checked all. I am sure I need to check a specific wire on the back of the panel but I am not sure. What can I check next. Is there another low beam relay to check. I am stumped and not a mechanic. Can someone assist me. thanks Blake

I should add this is a 2003 f350 crew cab 4x4!!!
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check the headlight plug with a multimeter for voltage, maybe the plug is a lil corroded


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check the headlight plug with a multimeter for voltage, maybe the plug is a lil corroded
What he said...pigtail is probably corroded.
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