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There is a relay and a fuse you need to check in your hood compartment fuse box. Check under parking lights, head lamps L & R Low Beam and Head Lamps L & R high beam. You will definitely have one blown. Its a cheap fix so get her done. Good luck.
SInce your low beams are not working it is possible that your fuse or the relay is faulty.
Normally these relays are mounted inside the engine room near the battery compartment as the relay box.
Usually the fuse can be seen on the outside of the relay or sometimes within the relay.
So check this out with a multimeter.
The mechanic should check on the the relay and the fuse as well as the wire connection of the head light to the switch .Then look if there is a loose wires that are not being connected to the head light switch.You have to do it for these may come to an end that the entire head light will totally turn of because looses connection or worn out fuse or relay and wires .
Your day time running lamp relay is located in the fuse box under the hood. Remove the fuse box cover and on the bottom of the cover you will see a fuse and relay diagram.
Good luck, let me know.
A simple fix is to pull fuse number 15 in the fuse box under the hood.... (by the radiator... long black box about 3 inches wide by 12 inches long.) It should be a 15 amp fuse. This will not really fix the issue, but its a heck of a lot easier than the tracking down you might need to do. What? It could be a headlamp switch, a daytime runninglight module, or a short in the wire for the daytime running lights. This simple easy thing is to pull the fuse and see if that works for you now. (You will lose daytime running lights doing this. So determine if you need those first... legally or otherwise.)
Each head lamp also has it's own relay, you can rule the relay out by swapping the left head light relay with the right head light relay & see if the problem moves to the other side...The relays are also in the same under hood fuse box.