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High and low beam don't work and bulbs are new on my 2004 dodge caravan

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Change the multi switch

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SOURCE: left low beam is out on my 2006 dodge ram 1500 4.7

I'd still vote for the bulb being bad. The high and low beams use two different filaments, so unless the bulb is physically broken, it is common for the low beam to be bad whilst the high beam is good.

That's why you see some people driving around with their high beams on -- they don't want to get stopped for a 'light out' citation..

When you take the bulb out to replace it, be sure to look at how it is mounted before removing. You don't want to accidently adjust your headling out of kilter.

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SOURCE: 02 dodge caravan headlights

SOUNDS LIKE INTEGRATED POWER MODULE(UNDERHOOD FUSEBLOCK)IS DEFECTIVE..ALSO CHECK FOR CORRODED TERMINALS IN CONNECTORS ON FUSEBLOCK..HAVE SEEN THIS BEFORE AND NEW FUSEBLOCK WAS NEEDED AND REPAIRED PROBLEM

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SOURCE: 1995 dodge caravan low beam headlights don't work

look into the actual headlight switch and the wiring and the turn signal switch nand wiring

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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