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Old 19 May 2008, 01:21 pm
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Default headlamp

help....headlamp (low beam) out....bulbs new and fuses good...both under dash and under hood....wiring looks solid breaks or shorts
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Old 19 May 2008, 02:34 pm
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Default Re: headlamp

Throw a volt/ohm meter on the prongs on the light terminal and see
1) if you're getting 12 volts with the lights on
2) if the ground is continuous to chassis

Kind of unclear from your post if one or both are out though(post says 'headlamp' in the singular). If both sides are out, I'd go straight to the headlight power relay. If that's good, replace the turn signal stalk. If just one side, then use the volt/ohm meter to track it down.
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Old 19 May 2008, 04:53 pm
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only the right side (psgr. side) is voltage being shown at the socket
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