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Low beams hight beams do not work on my left side please help me

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Hi this may be the dip beam element blown ie bulb req's renew? or check the fuses l/h dipped beam as each h/light has seperate fuses for both dip and main beams CHECK BULB 1ST ?

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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SOURCE: the left headlight only works

That should just be a blown low beam bulb.
Most parts places will install the new bulb for free with purchase of the bulb.

I hpe this helps.

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