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Hope someone can help.
I have a 2007 BF MKII XR ute which I bought in 2010 and have enjoyed driving ever since.
My one complaint, though, is the money I have spent on replacing driving lights!
I like to drive with my lights on at all times and have replaced either one, or both, driving lights every year for the past 5 years and am about to replace the offside one again next week.
The auto electrician has said that he can't find any electrical fault but just can't believe that this situation is normal.
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Clean the connectors in the car with electronics cleaner and only handle the lights with gloves.
 

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I think you may be referring to the Fog Lights?

Just to let you know, it is illegal to drive with fog lights on unless there's actual fog or inclement weather.

There have been a few recent cases of the police fining motorists with these lights on in clear weather.
 
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