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SOURCE: 1993 corsica--low beams work fine, no high beams.

Check the fuses under the hood...chances are it's one of them....there's not much left to check after that....check the fuses inside the car as well...it might be the high beam switch is bad that switches the low beams to high beams inside the car.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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there is two things that could be wrong .. check under the hood for your power distribution box .. its black and 3 inches wide and about 8 inches long .. this contains your relays. and some fuses. on the inside of the lid it tells which one is which.. look for low beam relay .. if it is ok check your low beam bulbs and make sure they arent burnt out.. these two things should fix your problem .. or at least one of these should .. holler if you need more. Jerry

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SOURCE: low beams don't work - both out at the same time.

DID YOU CHECK THE BULBS?

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SOURCE: low beam not working but high beam is-Pontiac Vibe 2005

I have heard it could be the Daylight Running Light module located under the dash above the brake pedal. The module controls both the daytime running lights and the low beam lights. The high beams are independent of this module.

I have the same problem. I am trying to buy a new module.

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SOURCE: Low beams don't work; High beams fine. Not the

some have fuse under hood for high beams & low beams,,if ok,,u mite need a high & low beam switch,,,,

Posted on May 24, 2010

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