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I have a 2007 Subaru Legacy Outback, the headlamp right side

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Hi, I have a 2007 Subaru Legacy Outback, the headlamp right side low beam isn't working. I replace the bulb and checked both fuses. It seems it may be a relay issue? How do I remove the relay or test it?
Submitted: 27 days ago.
Category: Subaru
Expert:  Dan replied 27 days ago.

Hello my name is***** am an ASE Master Technician and I am glad to help you out with your question.

Expert:  Dan replied 27 days ago.

Its the connector for the low beam, I have seen this before. I am a tech at a Subaru dealership. Replace the connector for that bulb and this should fix your issue. A relay would affect both headlights not just one.

Expert:  Dan replied 27 days ago.

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Customer: replied 27 days ago.
Where is the connector located and how do I replace it?
Expert:  Dan replied 27 days ago.

The connector that the bulb goes into, you can splice in a new connector.

Expert:  Dan replied 27 days ago.

There is also a harness inside the headlamp itself that could be the problem. You need to check for voltage at the connector on the far left in the diagram. You need a voltmeter to fully diagnose.

Expert:  Dan replied 21 days ago.

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