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Old 22nd May 2008, 15:52   #1
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Default Intermittent headlight malfunction : What could have gone wrong?

Well, I had a strange problem recently. While turning on the dipper at night, the headlights just stopped working. Thankfully, the fogs were fine using which I made my way through. I observed later that power windows werent working either. I had to go out of town, so I left the car in that state hoping to get it fixed once I get back. I was pretty sure that the fuse must have blown. After 5 days, I start the car and guess what, everything is working fine. I dont really know if thats good news since I dont know what could have gone wrong. Am scared if that happens again. Any inputs on what to check??
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Old 22nd May 2008, 15:58   #2
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I had a similar issue a while back. The AC stopped working suddenly then in a while came back on and in some time again stopped working. Checked the fuse the first time it seemed okay . When i checked the fuse the second time it started working it was blown (all within a couple of hours). Changed it and havent faced an issue ever since.

Would suggest you change the fuse nevertheless and then check for a few days

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