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Why would the low beam headlights on a 1999 Mazda fail?


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2006-11-01 07:32:21
2006-11-01 07:32:21

On my 1990 Mazda 121, the low beam (and sometimes high beam) lights fail due to a faulty light switch on the steering wheel console. I have to pull it apart and clean up the contacts about once every year when it does it. The tail lights also go out. I can tell it has failed again as the dashboard lighting goes out. Andrew.


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