It sounds to me that as you move the suspect bulb to another socket the light intensity goes with it. Remove the bulbs and look closely to determine whether they are the same manufacturer, type, and wattage. sounds like there is a bad ground on the headlight assembly of the one that makes the light dim
I had the same problem, I even got a new bulb to try, switched fuses etc. In the end I cleaned the female connectors with a toothbush and rubbing alcohol. Then I made sure to wiggle it back and forth many times against the male terminals of the bulb to get a nice a connection. Viola! Works fine. It was only a bad connection. Should've thought of that before buying a $20 replacement bulb I didnt need.
No it is not. It is less bright than some, but brighter than others.
The sun, a star, is so bright and it is brighter than all other stars. The sun is so bright because it is so close.
No - Orion has more bright stars within it than any other constellation.
because it closer to earth than other stars so it appears larger
Had the same problem with mine. Jiggled the headlight switch and now they work. I suspect the headlight switch is going.
its really a heavy duty switch that is told to come on or turn off by some other signal eg your existing headlight switch if you dont use one you will burnout the headlight wiring
Sounds correct-- clean all connections and perhaps run a ground wire from headlight body directly to ground for test
It is 9 times brighter, so therefor 9 squared or 9 x 9=81 times as bright.
No, this is a solid state switch. They cost about $75 to $100. If neither high or low beams work it could be the switch. If one works and the other not look at the headlight relays in the fuse box.
Dimmer switch (rheostat burned out?) Headlight switch?
I would guess the headlight dimmer switch on the floor board is bad or has a loose wire. Possibly the head light switch is bad. The headlight switch has a separate circuit breaker for just the head lights.