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Why would one headlight in a 99 Kia Sephia be out replaced bulb fuses ok what next?

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2007-12-25 06:38:55
2007-12-25 06:38:55

I've encountered this several times on kia products, The soultion is the headlight relay--not the control relays on the left of the steering column under the dash but the hihg voltage relay which ic only available from the kia dealer---yea , abummer but it's true ...

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