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One low beam works and one high beam works each on different sides. I tried replacing both lamps no difference seen.

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On what??

Posted on Dec 31, 2013

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    Mary Jan 02, 2014

    Also the fuse schdule does not say headlamps, I checked the owners manual also.

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SOURCE: 1998 Century Driver's Side High Beam not working, Bulb is good.

I assume you have changed the bulb?

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Both low beams are not working, but high beams do

Try the diimmer switch.

Posted on Oct 30, 2009

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SOURCE: low beam not working

the dimmer switch is bad if low beams are out

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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SOURCE: passenger headlights only do not operate.

check the bulbs first and also the fuses theres a fuse for each side and for low and high beams, start there, good luck.

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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SOURCE: one highbeam light was very dull like a semi

you have a wiring problem, look up cavalier headlight wiring on the internet, there is a harness connector under the battery that sometimes goes bad, or the wires are broken inside the insulation, usually in the front harness, the head lights hi and daytime lights are controlled through the ecm and low beam is on a separate circuit, i have also found problems in the switch or the drl module in the fuse box, any mor questions mail me

Posted on Apr 20, 2010

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Your headlamps have sepaerate fuses for each headlamp and you have a low beam relay and a high beam relay under the hood in the black box.
If everything is out, I suspect a bad headlamp switch.
Check car-part.com and look on page with * for cheapest price.

Your owner manual will identify fuses & relays.

PS, You did not recently instal high current bulbs did you? If yes, put originals back in.

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