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Hi, I was wondering if someone might have some insight into this problem I'm having. My passenger side lowbeam has burnt out twice on me since I instlled the clear side markers that I bought from RPM. I have the Canadian model so the lowbeam is used as the daytime running lights. What happened when I installed the side markers is that it was actually labeled wrong so when I followed the L and R, I realized that the lights were on the wrong side so I had to remove them and swap them. Well, the plastic on the RPM ones are much stiffer and it took me a long time to pry it back off and in the process, I might have hit something inside the car with the screwdriver. I heard something fall but I never found whatever it was that fell. I don't know if you guys might know of something inside the fender that I could possibly have knocked off that can affect my headlight. The bulb only lasted about 2 months and I'm hoping someone might have any ideas before I put another bulb in.

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