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Low beams are not working, high beams do.

My low beams on my 2000 Volvo S40 quit working all of a sudden but my high beams and running lights still work. The fuses are okay, so what is the problem?? I would like to try and fix it myself. PLEASE HELP!!! Thanks, Laurie

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FIRST THE HEADLIGHT SWITCH??? AND CHECK THETURN SIGNAL MECH

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