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headlight wiring problem

Discussion in 'Exterior / Detailing / Bodywork' started by d-proff, Aug 10, 2010.



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  1. d-proff

    d-proff New Member 5+ Year Member

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    i have a problem with my passenger side headlight it doesnt come on its not getting any power to the wire the driverside has power...i traced the passenger side wire up into the interior right below the steering wheel it has power but right before it goes thru the fire wall its dead...the wire is read with blue stripe if someone could show me a wiring diagram so i could trace it completly or help me out i would greatlly appreciate it the car is a 98 honda civic ex
     
  2. explodingcake

    explodingcake New Member

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    Good thing to have a repair manual in hand.

    I would say you blew a fuse.
     
  3. d-proff

    d-proff New Member 5+ Year Member

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    thanks n thats what it was i lost my cover for the fuses under the dash so i was unaware that there was one for the headlights there as well as under the hood
     


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