Usually the ground wire that comes out of the headlight that is fastened to the car body is the culprit. You will usually find the wire terminal from the headlight plug attaching to the car body or chassis ground not too far from the headlight. Fairly common problem.
You have a short (bare wire) and it is burning the insulation ( coating) on the wire. better fix before car go's up in smoke
If i put the wire in the wrong SIDE when passing power to My death battery car
Open the hood of your car. On the back of the headlight assembly, unplug the headlight wire from the bulb and remove the rubber boot. There is a metal clip that holds the lightbulb in place. It needs to be pressed in and up to remove the bulb.
Moist gets in if the seal on your headlight is open. This usually happens as the car gets older. The hot headlight bulbs mix with the air and make moist. Just get the headlights resealed, and no more moist.
The amp will lead a dull and empty life.
The wrong spark plug wire(s) can cause engine problems including not running but won't drain the battery.
Your switch could be stuck, or you might have a short to ground in your headlight circuit.
umm wrong category check a junkyard or sumthin they'll have for your pos car
headlight relays (nxt to battery) or the actual switch in the car ...check you have 12v at the red wire behind the switch...could even be the switchable relay the headlight wires run to with a purple an white wire