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Headlights my lowbeam is not working, while high beam is fine. whats the problem. thanks My 2000 Accord high beams only work as well. Bulb and fuse fine, what now?

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Check that you are getting power at low beam on the headlight plug if there is then globe are faulty

if still no power then check the relay and see if the hi and low switch is sending power to relay if its not replace swicth

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Could be a bad ground, defective bulb sockets, or defective multifunction switch.

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