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Old 03-16-2010, 03:05 PM   #1
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Default Exterior lighting problems

I'm having some interesting problems. First of all, I decided to install a spare autozone projector driving light in place of the driver turn signal housing. It worked fine (still does), but now the passenger headlight won't pop up, my turn signals, tail lights, and hazards don't work. I have traced all the wiring and cannot find any shorts, no fuses are blown, etc. The passenger headlight still comes on, but will not pop up. The shitty part is my dad threw away the drivers headlight motor while cleaning the garage, so I no longer have it. Also the button on the dash will not make the light pop up. Any ideas as to what might be the problem? If all else fails I'm just gonna rip out all the stock headlight wiring and make my own set up with acura TSX projectors. I'm familiar with relays, capacitors, etc, so that shouldn't be too big a deal. Thanks in advance!
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