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I drive a 2007 saab 9-7x, both my headlights went out at the same time, i got new bulbs put in and the fuse was checked...what else can it be???still no low beam lights...

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The next thing to check is the switch, it may have gone bad. I that's not it, then be sure the electrical connections and ground points are good.

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