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Lt headlight wont work in low beam

After changing my sparkplugs my left (driverside) headlight will not work. the blinker works and the fog light works. and everything works in high beam mode. the only thing i can think of was the spark plug but it isn't burnt out.

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Could be bad bulb or while you were changing plug wires you disturbed the headlight wiring.check grounds,try moving the head light wires around to see if bad connection.if pass sides working it shouldnt be fuse or switches.

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