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Old 04-15-2010, 07:22 AM
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Default Headlight Problems

This past weekend my drivers side headlight quit working on low beam. The high beam works good. So I put three different bulbs in it and still no fix. Has anyone ever experienced this? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Check any and all fuses but it sounds like the front control module is going out. Check the WT/DB wire for continuity also.
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Thanks Randy. I will check continuity on my lunch break. Where is the front control module located?
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The FCM is the thin silver rectangular box mounted to the IPM under the hood on the drivers side.You'll need to access the bottom of the IPM to run your continuity check.
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I have a 06 diesel with the same issue, did you ever find a solution? thanks
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