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Dim headlight passenger side

This is a discussion on Dim headlight passenger side within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; It does not appear to be the same problem everyone else is having atleast ground wise. My problem is all ...

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    Dim headlight passenger side

    It does not appear to be the same problem everyone else is having atleast ground wise. My problem is all 3 other headlights burn but look like they are correct brightness. The passenger side dim looked like it was burnt out but when I replaced it, it's still not working. I'm guessing this could still be a corroded main harness but could there be any other reoson? Also are they the same part number for both sides of dim or will the bulb work on either side?
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    The driver side and the passenger side dims are the same part number and bulb. They will work on both sides. You could turn your lights on, open the hood, and squeeze the main harnesses and see if it makes a difference. Mine would be dim, and I would press the large connector together, and they would go back to normal. I temporarily put a tie wrap around the connector holding it together until I hardwired it in. After the hardwire, I never have had this problem again. Hope this helps.
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    Swap the lights from side-to-side and see what happens. Could be corrosion in a harness connector or at the plug connected to the bulb.


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