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My driver's side light doesn't come on , the way it will come on is if I hit the headlight itself or it comes on later. Also this morning both headlights were not coming on ,so I hot the passenger side, that side turned on ,then eventually the driver side came on . Any ideas.
 

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Broken filaments or loose socket connections?
Note that a mechanical jarring can make or break a broken connection.
It can be intermittent as you stated.
 

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Broken filaments or loose socket connections?
Note that a mechanical jarring can make or break a broken connection.
It can be intermittent as you stated.
I don't think a broken filament would allow the bulb to turn it of on its own, I also have disconnected the battery several times, I commute for an hour and I'm selling the car ,one I get my Charger. So does anyone else have any guesses or ideas they will be greatly appreciated.
 

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There are IPC and BCM circuit feed fuses, but nothing dedicated to headlamps-only. If a fuse was loose or open, you would have more than just your headlamps out.
No mechanical relays, the lamp drivers are all solid-state.
Check the basic, simple things first. Possible body (B) fault codes are not OBD2 and may require a more advanced scan tool to read them.

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