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Headlights in my 2005 dodge neon a headlight blew out, i have high beams but no low beams on either side of the car

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Well if you have a beam!!! that means fuse are okay if you have a spare bulb try it and see if this gives you back a low beam as well as hi beam if not look under hood in fuse cluster open lid diagram shows witch is the head light relay good place to start.John

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