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Low Beam problem on Altima

Hello, asking if anyone would know of a problem with the low beams? Tail lights and high beams are working but service station said there is a short somewhere that is causeing the low beams not to work. Seeing if anyone would know of were the short could be if they had same issue?

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  • jennifer godlewski May 11, 2010

    Are the bulbs blowing out? Or are the low beams just not working?

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There is a gounding problem with the lights ,same thing happened with my car , but dealership fixed it because there was a recall on it. only on low beams ,check dealership about recall

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