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Old 08-02-2015, 07:43 AM
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Probably the headlight switch has overheated then.
You will have to pull the dash bezel to get to it. When you pull the harness off the back of the switch, you will see that the harness has partially melted and needs to be replaced as well. I think Napa makes a kit for this

If you are going to run HID headlights, you are going to have to install relays in the wire going to each light to lighten the amp load on that circuit, or you will create too much heat at the switch
Headlights are NOT fused
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