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Stupid Headlight Problem! Not bulb.


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#1 SubeeTed

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Posted 25 February 2005 - 07:44 AM

Hi all!
So I thought my low beam on my 1997 Legacy GT was dead. Then I hit another frost heavy bump, then the low beam worked again! So like what's up with this? Can't be the bulb....it works sometimes! It didn't work the other day, I was taking fresh snow off my car with one of those scraper/broom things. I had my low beams on, the drivers low was out again....so I gave it a tap...really a TAP! It came back on!!! What gives??? Simple stupid bad connection....rust?? How can I fix this ???

Many, Many thanks, SubeeTed!!

#2 subie94

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Posted 25 February 2005 - 08:10 AM

i had similar prob with my legacys corner light,ended up the one of the wires at the harness was just about cut(who knows how that happened):-\ simply cleaned up the ends of the wires and soldered them back together/taped it up and works just fine.

your prob could be the same type as i had.also check for any corrision in the plug.

#3 Scottbaru

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Posted 25 February 2005 - 09:23 AM

It could be the filament is broken, and occasionally the ends of the wire bounce against each other and weld together for awhile.




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