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Old 10-30-2010, 09:51 PM
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Exclamation Help driver side headlight fuse diagram!

I don't know where to post this problem

I just bought HID Kit today and as i was trying to adjust my projector my driver headlight just went off completely.

I was thinking either fuse or the ballast died.
I tried my old light bulb driver side didn't light up but passenger side did.
so at least now i know i need to change the fuse.

but my question is which fuse for driver side headlight?

My car didn't come with original manual so I have been looking for 2006 fuse diagram for like pass 2 hours.
If anyone know where it is please tell me if there's clear picture would be appreciated.

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the fuse for the headlight is in the engine bay fuse box. the fuse box cover has the diagram of the fuses
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the fuse for the headlight is in the engine bay fuse box. the fuse box cover has the diagram of the fuses
Are those regular fuse?
I haven't open it up yet i am going to do it tomorrow morning.

if is different what kind of fuse is it?
is there a picture what type of fuse i should get?
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It's standard blade style, should be 10A rating.
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By the way I've seen people say once you get HID i should change it to 20A?
should i do that? or just leave 10A is fine.

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Leave it at 10A unless you are going 55W, but no one should need 55W HID kits, 35W is plenty bright enough, I've had zero issues for 3 years now with 35W kit and stock 10A fuse.
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I had the same problem.... replaced one of the engine bay fuses and it worked!!! Thanks to this thread (esp. paperboy and Aviography)
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