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Old 04-13-2012, 02:32 PM   #1
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Searched and did everything possible as suggested. We did a passenger side headlight motor on a Transam. We had a problem with the headlights one going down as the other is going up. We have manually turned them down and tried it again and they do the same. Also they are on the correct side of the bump stops as well. We also manually put them up and disconnected the battery and hooked it back up. Ended up the drivers side went down and the passenger side stayed up when I hooked the battery back up. turned them on again and same thing happens. Im running out of ideas any help would be great thanks.
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Motor is the wrong way, happened to me when I did mine till I looked at the other side
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