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Old 15 Nov 2010, 11:22 am
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Sorry if I'm posting in this old thread, I just dig up this forum to share my experience with my headlight. I have a 2004 car and is planning to change my headlight and I am in need of someone who can help to fixed it. My brother also doesn't know how because we both are new in driving. )

Thanks in advance!
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Old 15 Nov 2010, 11:26 am
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Thanks guys! I've been driving for about 2weeks i think )
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Sorry if I'm posting in this old thread, I just dig up this forum to share my experience with my headlight. I have a 2004 car and is planning to change my headlight and I am in need of someone who can help to fixed it. My brother also doesn't know how because we both are new in driving.
There are some shops that offers headlight assembly the price depends on the model of your car and the headlight you want to install. I think that is not a do it yourself thing so just leave it to your dealer. I think it only cost $500. Just my estimate.

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Old 18 Nov 2010, 07:52 pm
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By the way i forgot to say this to you. Drive safely and responsibly never mix beer with gas! (don't drink and drive!). Keep safe you just started driving 2 weeks ago.

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i have two problems; my car was jerking like crazy and couldnt go beyond 100km/hr. the diagnosis said MAP Pressure too low. i changed the MAP sensor and it was still jerking till the car battery gave out,i changed it and it started working fine and riding out clean.
Then my headlamp on the drivers side gave out and i cant seem to find the fuse because i changed the bulbs and they did not work.
it started overheating and losing water in the radiator but the fan is blowing fine and there were no visible leakages from the radiator. PLEASE HELP ME IM LOSING MY MIND!!!!!!
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Hey There!!!
This topic seems to have no end of life... I just can't seem to find any postings that actually describe the location for the 2006 PT Headlamp location. Unless I am totally blind, there is no fuse panel on the 2006 PT on the interior driver side at all. Just simply not there, I crawled under the dash and saw lots of open space, but saw no fuse panel or box at all. Nothing on the interior trim panels that say "hey you!! fuses are in here". I have searched and searched physically and electronically.

I had a 2003 and yep, I do recall it there, right on the side visible with the driver door open, but on the 2006, nope not there. And in the fuse tray under the hood behind the air cleaner, nope, nothing there. My driver side low beam lamp is out. Removing fuses 31 and 36 did not prevent passenger side from beaming, and those fuses tested fine, so I don't think they control the headlamps. In fact, I pulled every fuse in the tray behind the air cleaner one by one checked and re-inserted.

Any help would be great...

Oh yeah, I did not know how to specify which forum the posting goes to. I know how to do that now, sorry for the incorrect location...

Thanks so much!!!
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