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2005 CR-V, SE trim. I had a driver-side headlight fuse go bad, manifested by an extremely dim light coming from the low- and high-beam bulbs. It was not visibly obvious that the fuse was blown, so I switched the fuse to the passenger-side and got same result there -- very dim lights. No fuse in the passenger side results in no passenger-side bulb lighting up -- as I expected. However, the driver-side bulb still lights up when there's no fuse inserted. It is extremely dim (no perceptible difference between no fuse and when the bad fuse is inserted), but why is it even lit at all if there is no fuse? Does this indicate a problem that needs to be investigated?
 
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