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Low beams I have a 2001 durango--on initial start up the other day both low beams came on for a brief second then went out--I tried to find the right fuse ,if this is the problem, but couldn't find which fuse it is --does anyone have any idea which fuse belongs to the low beam headlights?

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Its not a fuse if the high beams are working. ...there are now three possibilities....1 ...both headlamp bulbs burned out....2 ...a bad multifunction switch...or 3 ...a bad central timer module

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