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Head light low beam went out in both head lights

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If they went out one at a time, then you most likely need 2 headlights. If they wen out together, then you most likely need a multifunction switch in the steering column because your headlight dimmer switch inside that multifunction switch has burned out.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2013

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SOURCE: 02 Jeep Grand Cherokee Low HL & BL Out?

Well if all those years your car was working perfectly fine with that blue fuse just get a new 1 and replace it. But then if the lights still don't work check all the wiring in the car that goes to the lights and if there is no problem go to a mechanic and ask him to look at it. That's all i can really help you with i'm sorry i'm not a mechanic yet or i would help you further.

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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check your relays, they are like big fuses in your engine compartment, if your low beam and high beam relays are the same model, switch them and see if this enables low beams and disables the high beams. if it not the relays, or fuses, then it is probably your wiring harness, an expensive repair.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: 98 Cherokee low beam lights work but the high beams will not

COULD BE DIMMER SWITCH ON COLUMN BUT THIS IS ONLY A GUESS

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no your highbeam switch has gone bad

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SOURCE: low beams went out at the same time. is there a

their is a fuse for each side but where ?? must be in the fuse box

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

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