Passenger headlight good. Driver headlight super super dim. Replaced lightbulb only to find a gunk coming out of one of the three holes for the lightbulb to connect to. It's a whitish/yellowish thick goo. My son cleared the goo away as best he could and put the new bulb in and it still is the same dimness. The only good it does me is that it is technically on so I won't get a ticket but I surely can't see well at night. Any clue?
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1995 Honda Odyssey
Valleyautotech December 30, 2010, 09:56Master
This is a job for your local body shop as they deal with this everyday, They can order the headlight pigtail and repair this professionally, Get a couple of estimates.
Replymichelletanner, December 30, 2010, 10:47Rookie
Thanks for the quick response. It seems simple enough and inexpensive too.
Answer #2delane 72 garage and body shop December 30, 2010, 17:21Master
ck ground on headlight