Wire inside head light switch may break and cause head lights to be inoperative on Mazda Protege

A wire inside the head light switch can fatigue and break over time causing the head lights to be inoperative. There is an updated head light switch to fix the problem.

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2 model years affected: 1994, 1995
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heat over time hardened wires, replace/fabricate new wiring harness, other than electrical issues which have been many, you couldn't ask for a better car. oil changes at 2500 miles and 2 transmissions now at 1,038,349 miles with no rebuild still going strong.
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