Electric window fuses? Now bulbs



|The strange things was that they were bought at exactly the same time
|and both went at exactly the same time - talk about built in
Apparently both blowing together, or one v. shortly after the other, is not uncommon. Presumeably due to some sort of current surge from the death of #1 triggering failure of nearly dead #2; or maybe the increase in voltage available from only having to run the remaining one fries it.
I'd still like some HID lights, despite all the dire warnings against them ...
Christopher Bell
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