I'm not answering anymore of your headlight posts. I've given you all the solutions to your problem that the average person can do. Without you having the ability to troubleshoot the issue yourself, you need to see a mechanic. You have a fault that is causing the issue. The only way to find where the fault is is to troubleshoot it. Without basic electrical troubleshooting skills you can only fix the problem by going to a mechanic.Hi Nick
Yes, I have.
The funny thing is, when I start the car the driver light turned on both lamps. When I turn the light switch inside the car to get lights on the dashboard then the left lamp turn off again??
How many times are you going to ask the same question and get the same answers from multiple people before you understand that it can not be fixed over the internet, and you do not have the knowledge to do it yourself?:i_rolleyes: I have been on this forum from the beginning, if there has been an issue with these cars, I know about it, and I know what was done to resolve the issue. You have the answer. You can only go as far as you can take yourself. Then you have to use a professional. You have reached that point.