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Old 04-20-2008, 10:26 PM   #1
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s13 double projectors

hey i have the double projectors setup on my 240 and i swapped all the bulbs out for brand new ones... but the driver side is still really dim..
i know they are for RHD but they seem a little too dim.. idk if its my ground or something

any1 else have this prob?
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Old 04-22-2008, 10:58 PM   #2
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grounds are usually always the first thing at fault. I would check the ground and wire brush the hell out of it. or sand paper it if need be. If thats not it, check the connections to the batter. Did you splice the wiring for anything else? it may be a bad socket for the bulb itself. I dont know much about head lights, so this is just things i would check personally. maybe you can check the wattage output from both sockets. compare the bright side to the dim side. i forget what the tool is called that measures wattage though.
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