If it keeps burning out it may be a bad groumnd. ... going out but not burning out is poor connections, or damaged wiring. The headlights, and most other lights, kept going out in my 1993 Escort because of a dying alternator. Apparently, it was sending too much juice into the electrical system. If you're experiencing similar problems I would suggest checking the alternator just to be sure it's not the same problem. Since I replaced the bad alternator all bulbs are fine and are no longer needing to be replaced every couple weeks or so. I would suggest questioning the mechanic that removed your fog lights. Did they tape the cut wires or leave them exposed?
it's your headlight switch
your ballast or igniter is broken
After the accident, one headlight tilted upward.You can get a ticket if your headlight is burnt out.Headlights and taillights are required on vehicles.
could be the the headlight switch, dimmer switch, headlight relay, or a problem with the wiring
no it does not keep milk from going sour and if it did why would you put it in your milk.
Once you've already started i would say keep going.
There are several things that can cause your 2004 Chevy Trailblazer headlights to keep going out. The most common cause is a loose or corroded ground wire.
A short to ground in the positive side of the headlight circuit. Most likely by a failed headlight switch. Ford is notorious for faulty healdight switches.
A headlight that keeps breaking may be caused by a dirty or corroded socket. This can make the bulb too hot. A vibrating loose assembly is a possible culprit as well.
It's keep going on, or keep on going.
would have 2 say a bad ground..U have the voltage,just not a ---- GOOD ground.
The headlight motors are going out. Each headlight has a motor. If you need to replace one, it's best, (and cheapest), to do both of them.