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What causes the headlights to flicker or go out

Low beam headlights go out

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SOURCE: left low beam headlight inop. tried bulb and checked fuse. both OK

check fuses under hood there should be seperate fuses for each side.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i install a low beam headlight on a is300

back of light there is two bulbs they just twist out

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have you checked the fuse for the lites. could be a maxi fuse and not the little fuse for the lites. depending on which lexus you own the maxi fuses are either under the hood or in the trunk

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

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