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  • Birthday 04/10/1963

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  1. Pretty tight quarters and getting cold outside so I may have rushed a bit. +1 on using pliers to flatten down any stray strands. Need to shop around for some thicker heat shrink. Just glad my neighbour(ex-gm mechanic) came by saved me lots of time trying to track it down.
  2. Problem solved. My neighbour came over and we plugged the bulb into the socket out of the headlight unit and he started wiggling the harness and the fuse popped. I inspected my repair and found a shard of soldered wire poking out of the heat shrink and was grounding out? I wrapped the wires in electrical tape and all seems good now. The heat shrink I used was a bit too thin more for electronics than automotive use. Lesson learned.
  3. No changes to the stock wiring. The other bulbs were in for almost 3 years? Just a bulb swap. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I put a new plug on replaced the fuse that was also blown and it was working for a short time and blew another fuse? Stock H11 bulbs in. I suspect a short grounding some where. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. After market bulbs Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks. Only 18k kms but waranty is just over.
  7. I just went to check for voltage with my meter and the plug is burnt inside? Can I buy just the plug?
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