Where is the ground for the driver side front head light..

Asked by Jul 23, 2019 at 04:15 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ive replaced the buld on drivers side twice and the socket
once.. Socket appears to be burnt... Replaced socket and
bulb again.. Drivers side head light still not working... All
other lights wooking good...checked all fuses.. All ok... What
could do to. Correct....  Thanks, Jeff  

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I don't know year--make--model? Check voltage and ground. Not knowing what vehicle you have, I can't look up wiring diagrams? Don't touch bulb with bare hand, use dry clean glove. If ground is a chassis ground, just use a redundant ground. On different components, I've done this several times, no problems. You may need to replace wiring circuits, voltage and ground. I need more vehicle info? My US automotive database will only cover vehicles sold in the US. good luck

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