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Old 01-07-2013, 05:07 AM   #1
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Headlight aggrivation

Hello all, i posted a few weeks ago about having headlight issues on my 91 GT. I only had 1 reply and still need help. Ok, so it is a 91 GT. When i bought it i changed the headlights out because the ood headlights were yellow dingy and faded. Seemed to work fine but were short lived. They will come on in lowbeam and work great. My highbeam indicator light is always on even when on lowbeam. (never done that b4) However, when i switch to highbeams, the lights are on but are very dim. As if it doesnt have enough current to push the highbeams. I have changed the push button switch twice, bought a new multi switch, changed all the lighting fuses, and changed the headlight bulbs. Still the same. I realize it sounds like a ground issue. Any ideas?? When checking for a ground where should i start at? I do have a multi meter. Just not sure where to begin. Any and all help would be great!
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