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I would look at the grounding wires for the headlamps - usually one for each side. The connections can be corroded, loose or even the wires broken given the age. Based on some of the issues you mention then that is a possible cause that I have seen before.


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Using a Phillips head screwdriver, loosen the screw holding the wire clip. Pivot the wire clip upwards. If the clip won't pivot up, remove the screw; then pivot or remove the clip. When the clip is out of the way, the bulb can be removed.


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