My low beam light wire is burned could I rewire it or do I need a whole new wire

Asked by Aug 18, 2015 at 11:58 PM about the 2001 Buick Century Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Is the socket melted in an way, if not im sure it can be rewired. Make you have the right size wire and connectors and for added protection I would use heat shrink wrap on the spliced connections...

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If the socket and wire at the socket is burned and melted visit your local auto parts store and ask for the pigtail for your headlight. Ask for a new bulb as well. Sounds like someone put the wrong one in there and overheated the socket. HTH. - Jim

hey guys i need some help as well its in the same scene i was doing some wire tuck and im guesing i crossed both wires and they burnt out im not sure which but my head lights wont come on anymore and on my passenger side only my high beam comes on and on my driver side nun come on and i replaced all fuses and nothing please help thnks ..

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