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One of my Headlight not working during low beam

My vehicle is Dodge Caravan 2006. My problerm is one of my headlight at the drivers pasenger side is not working during low beam but when switch my headlight to high beam both are working. Can you please help me how to fix it. Thank you

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Replace both headlight bulbs
each bulb has two filiments inside the bad bulb has a burned out filiment but, they should be replaced as a pair
and, do not touch the glass with your fingers
the oil from your fingers can cause the bulb to fail

Posted on May 29, 2009

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Your low beam bulb filament is out -- replace the bulb.

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