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2004 Outback: headlights stopped working.

Low beam head lights stopped working;
fuses good
all other external lights working

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  • reilly5858 Dec 21, 2008

    low beams aren't working but high beams are fine. is this a fuse? bulb? or switch problem?

  • ryanlhenry
    ryanlhenry Nov 03, 2013

    no low beam headlights

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    how to remove the low beam headlight?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    My head light won't work but the rest height low parking lights are perfectly fine . also my back windshield wiped won't work

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    where is the fuse located for low beam and front side lights

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Either the headlight switch is defective or the dimmer is, it can't be anything else, do the hi beams work ok, have you tried wiggling the dimmer switch to see if the low beams flicker?

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My front left headlight went out and my tail lights are not working it just happend out of nowhere and all the fuses are fine.

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