Thats one for the "Lucas Book". I suggest start disconnecting wires that
lead up to the head light and see when the light does go out. It sounds
like that head light is connected to the "always hot" terminal of the fuse
box or is connected up front to a"always hot" bullet connector. Please let
me know what he finds out.
> My room mate is tearing up the roads of Northern Virginia in my 74 1/2 BGT
> while I'm off in a far off land, and he reports this problem which I'll
> admit is strange...
> Yesterday on the way to work he noticed that the passenger side headlight
> was on.
> The light switch was off.
> He put the light switch on, (car running) passenger side headlight stayed
> on, driver side did not come on.
> He turned the car off. Passenger side headlight stayed on.
> So as not to drain the battery, (he thought) he pulled the fuses. The
> headlight stayed on.
> So of course he pulled the ground on the battery and it went out.
> Like the subject says: how odd.
> Anyone else have this happen to them?
> My inclination is to have him start checking out the switch for a short
> work back to the headight wiring, but I thought I'd draw from the deep
> of knowledge here before giving him his marching orders.
> Thanks in advance,
> Scott Allen
> 74 1/2 BGT
> 52 TD
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