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Headlights on reg beam dont work - what to do

Headlights work on high beam not low beam, could it be fuse and if so where

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  • achap1296 Jan 03, 2009

    My Daughter's 2003 Toyota Corolla has the same problem. High beams work, but no low beams. Everything else is fine.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    low beam licht dont work

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    The high beam is working fine. None of the fuse are blown. What could it be?

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When you switch your signal arm push forward for hi beam pull back low beam if you have regular beam and both beams are present then most likely it is your head light hand switch!! if fuse was blown you would have no head lights at all,so i would start with the swich good place to begin!

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