My 07 Outback has it’s driver’s side headlight out, I mean the low beam. High beam works fine, and so does the signal.
I’ve already tried replacing the bulb and I’ve checked all the fuses, none burnt out. If I try googling this I just get a hundred articles saying “replace the bulb.”
One potentially large clue I can give is that for a few months the light would go out for a day or so, and then the next day would be back on, and this pattern would happen about once a week. Now it’s permanently out it seems.
Can anyone help me maybe fix this? I’m pretty low on cash, and coincidentally rely on my car to make money lol. Luckily with daylight savings pushing back sunset I can limp along but I’d rather fix this.
Thank you guys
edit: guys don’t downvote me I need help, please
Hi, I have a big doubt when applying multi-testing to bootstrap p-values. I now have a problem where I want to know if my observed value (X) is significantly higher or lower than spected by chance.
We’re using the bootstrap distribution to determine the probability of observing a value higher or lower than X. So if X leaves a probability of p-value=0.15 at the right of that distribution, I would say that at the significance level alpha = 0.05, it is not higher than expected by chance, nor lower.
Let’s say that I know want to apply some multi-testing model, for example FDR or Bonferroni, so I input my pvalue = 0.15, and I get a corrected p-value = 1.0.
However, I have a difficult understanding this corrected value. The previous pvalue = 0.15 had a correspondence with the observed value of X in the bootstrap distribution, but now the pvalue = 1.0 would have a correspondence with…. what? I don’t understand it. I a one-tailed test it could be the lowest possible value, and I’m not sure that this is a valid reasoning, but any way this a a two-tailed test, so, this pvalue=1.0 what does mean exaclty in the bootstrap distribution??
I’m going off to college next year and my car won’t be needed as the college provides plenty of transportation so my parents do not want to pay for a car I won’t use.
My options are to sell it or let both of my younger siblings use it for maybe 4 years and then give it back to me.
As you know, we car enthusiasts get really attached to our cars, ESPECIALLY our first cars.
Would you rather see your first car get taken away and never see it again or have your siblings beat it to death after you’ve taken such good care of it and then get it back?
(Chances are if I just sell it I’ll get another car after college)
Thank you so much!
This just happened to me last friday, and I’m still having a hard time coping with it. Has this ever happened to any of you guys? If so, how did you cope with it? My car was stolen right from my driveway and I feel so violated. In the case my car isn’t recovered, I don’t feel secure enough to purchase another car right now, yet I need one.